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Correction

In the article Hot Springs Road re-route sought for gravel pit expansion in the Apr. 16, 2014, issue of the Arrow Lakes News, we wrote that Arrow Lakes Ready Mix bought a gravel pit in Burton.

We later issued a correction, stating they didn’t buy a gravel pit, but bought a property they planned on developing into a gravel pit.

Turns out, that was also an error, caused by misreading an e-mail. Arrow Lakes Ready Mix contacted us again to insist, “we never bought the property in Burton to develop into a gravel pit, it was never going to be a gravel pit and it never will be a gravel pit.”

We apologize to Arrow Lakes Ready Mix for the errors and feel very embarrassed at having to issue a correction to a correction.”

 

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