A subheadline in Friday’s edition of the Chronicle-Tribune did not match the content of the article.

Councilman Brad Luzadder said he thinks public comments should be allowed at public hearings or when citizens request to be placed on the agenda through the clerk, as our article explains. The subheadline on top of that article only mentioned half of Mr. Luzadder’s stance on allowing public comments, making it too short and therefore inaccurate and at odds with the text of the article. The subheadline was wrong, but the substance of the article is accurate to what was said at the committee meeting last week.

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