There was an error in the article “Mind Matters” on Aug. 15, due to incorrect information from a Carver County press release. The building which will hold a mental health and wellness facility is the former Marie Steiner Kelting Hospice Home.

The “Tour of the Future” program featured in Linda McNulty’s column in the Sept. 19 issue of the newspaper incorrectly stated the bus pick up locations for this tour of three District 112 schools.

On page 11 of the special section "Stretch" in this week's print edition, we incorrectly reported the amount of unemployment compensation that is taxable for 2009. The first $2,400 is not subject to federal tax, but is subject to state tax. Minnesota taxes all unemployment compensation.


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Should the city provide some type of subsidy to enable use of Old Village Hall as the city's history center?

The Chanhassen Historical Society (CHS) has approached the city about using the Old Village Hall as the city's history museum and archive. Currently, the CHS has no home; some of the collection is at City Hall with the majority stored with CHS members. The CHS is a nonprofit and cannot afford to both lease and cover utilities for the historic building, but is willing to contribute to a portion of the utilities cost.

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