February 21, 2019
In last week’s article “Tourism code goes back to committee” operator Andy Hedden was paraphrased as saying that the borough should “create a checklist for scheduled visits so operators know what they are looking for.” His intent was to say that borough should create a checklist so the observer has an idea of what they are looking for.
The article “Should cottage businesses pay sales tax?” incorrectly stated a business license would be required if an individual’s net profits exceed $1,000. It should have read “if an individual generates more than $1,000 in collections.”
The forum Community Impacts and Solutions’ scheduled date of Feb. 4 was incorrectly printed in last week’s story “HEDC seeks seat on mining forum group.” The forum is on Feb. 24 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the American Legion.