In a News bullet last week about BFI's Northeast Austin Sunset Farms Landfill, we misspelled Browning-Ferris Industries. Also, at some point during our weekly sausage-making process, we managed to botch the third sentence of the "Media Watch" column that ran in the Oct. 26 issue so that Radio Free Bulgaria reads radio-free Bulgaria. Kevin Brass was not referring to an area of Bulgaria where there are no radios. We regret the errors.

In "Point Austin" last week, Michael King mistakenly reported that defendant Karen Friese attended the Oct. 29 preliminary hearing in the civil lawsuit, Moriarty, et al. v. PBS&J, et al. Neither plaintiffs nor defendants were in attendance; only the attorneys were present in the court of Judge Margaret Cooper.

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