Correction

August 04, 2005

An article yesterday about an Annapolis Boy Scout leader arrested in Baltimore on child pornography-related charges incorrectly stated he was a volunteer with the Girl Scouts. Stanley A. Taylor Sr. told people he was affiliated with the Girl Scouts, but the organization says he was not an approved volunteer.

An article Monday about problems with a new development in Montgomery County misrepresented the views of Richard Parsons, president of the county Chamber of Commerce. Parsons said he believes that the multiple height and setback violations found in new townhouses and condominiums in Clarksburg may have resulted from the complexity of the project and some confusion between the two agencies responsible for overseeing it - not just from too much government regulation, as the story suggested.

The Sun regrets the error.

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