An error was published on the front page of the Nov. 25 issue of the Woodbury Bulletin. The map noted as “Valley Crossing Boundaries Proposal” was inaccurate. The information pertained to Woodbury Elementary. A complete and accurate depiction of the boundary changes proposal for District 833 elementary schools can be viewed at sowashco.org/attendance-boundaries.
Another error was published on the front page of the Nov. 25 issue of the Woodbury Bulletin. The date on which Washington County charged an alleged pimp was incorrectly reported. Damon DiMartino was charged with promoting prostitution of a minor on Monday, Nov. 23.
An error was published on page 3A of the Nov. 25 issue of the Woodbury Bulletin. The day of a neighborhood meeting in regard to Costco was incorrectly reported, but the date was correctly noted. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 2.
An error was published on page 15A of Nov. 4 issue of the Woodbury Bulletin. A donation amount was incorrectly reported. Elion Partners, developer of CityPlace, came through with a $50,000 donation in October, just before the playground build.
The Woodbury Bulletin staff takes prides in accurately reporting local news.
The editor will make an effort to respond to any complaints about inaccuracies or errors in the newspaper. If it is determined that the paper published an error, a correction will be prominently displayed, usually on page 2A.
Corrections will be made in as timely a fashion as possible, preferably the week after the error appears in print. Corrections will also be published online on woodburybulletin.com, if a mistake appeared online.
To report any error or inaccuracy, contact the editor at email@example.com or 651-702-0973.