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April 2, 2008

The Times publishes one of two needed corrections

Atlantic Yards Report

Some folks pick up the Times and immediately turn to the crossword puzzle. Guess what Norman Oder reads first:

A correction in today's New York Times:

The architecture column on Thursday, about the choice of a developer for the West Side railyards, referred incorrectly to the Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn in citing major developments that have been delayed or altered. The Atlantic Yards plan has been approved by New York State, not New York City.

However, that same error about "city approval" also occurred in an architecture column March 21, and has not yet been corrected. Odd.


NoLandGrab: You'd think that the Gray Lady would correct all the outstanding errors just to get rid of the "Mad Overkiller."

Posted by lumi at April 2, 2008 6:07 AM