Corrections

March 18, 2009

An article in Saturday's editions misstated one possible effect of proposed Baltimore City Council legislation to extend the time between foreclosure and eviction. Should the bill pass, a title holder might not have to keep a house habitable, for example by providing heat, water and electricity. However, the title holder would still need to keep the property up to code.

In a chart of the oldest schools in the state that accompanied an article yesterday on Annapolis Elementary School, the former Ridge special-education facility in Baltimore County should not have been listed. The building that housed the school still exists, but it is no longer used as a school.

The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.

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