Corrections for the Week of June 9 

The originator of Oakland's Business Assistance Center.

The May 26 version of Town Business, "Oakland's One-Stop Service," mistakenly stated that Oakland's Business Assistance Center was the brainchild of Gregory Hunter, deputy director of the city's Community and Economic Development Agency. Hunter was the driving force behind the development of the center, but it originated from Mayor Ron Dellums' Small Business Task Force and was carried forward by City Council President Jane Brunner.

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