Corrections for the Week of April 16 

The number of affordable housing units that the Center for Investigative Reporting attributed to Richmond Village. Plus, clarifications on Thomas Steyer's investment in Neill Sullivan's REO Homes fund and Berkeley's parking plan.

Correction

Our April 9 news story "Richmond Rethinks Hasty Decision About Troubled Housing Complex" misstated the number of affordable housing units that the Center for Investigative Reporting attributed to Richmond Village — it was 165, not 65.

Clarifications

In our April 7 news story, "Neill Sullivan's Oakland," Thomas Steyer's investment in Neill Sullivan's REO Homes fund coupled with the loans by Steyer's One Pacific Coast Bank to REO Homes could have been more specifically described as insider loans.

And in our April 9 Seven Days, "Berkeley Goes There With Parking," the plan to extend parking meter hours to 8 p.m. in both two-hour spots and four-hour parking is just one of the proposals by city staff that the Berkeley City Council is slated to review. Also, the month in which the pilot program would start this summer has not yet been finalized.

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