Corrections and clarifications

July 22, 2011

An article in Friday's business pages incorrectly stated the number of hotel-night bookings Visit Baltimore loses due to lack of space or available dates at the convention center. Baltimore's convention and tourism agency has been turning away business averaging 200,000 hotel-night bookings annually.

The Sun regrets the error.

An article in Wednesday's paper quoted opponents of the State Center redevelopment project as saying: "It makes no sense to squander over $1.5 billion taxpayer dollars on this ill-advised project." The proposed midtown Baltimore development is a public-private partnership that would include investments by the state as well as by private parties. Not all of the $1.5 billion would come from taxpayers.

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