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In last week's "Benzene Questions at Crestview Station" in the News section, Mike Blizzard was misidentified as "a media liaison for Trammell Crow," one of Crestview Station's developers. Actually, Blizzard is the community-relations consultant for the Crestview Station project but not a direct employee of Trammell Crow. The Chronicle regrets the error.

Also, the article "Red Ink on Second Street: Default or Confusion?" mistakenly described a leasing agent's departure from West Village, the management company overseeing Second Street retailers; the departing employee was a property manager, not a leasing agent. The Chronicle regrets the error.

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