Dignity and justice, City Market

In last week's story, "May Day rally: Housing authority hides from protesters," the Rally for Dignity and Justice in Public Housing was misidentified.

Last week's story "Vendor bender: Will the City Market stay or go?" contained several errors. While entries in a 2007 design competition  included plans for an improved City Market location, the focus was on conceptualizing what a full scale development along Water Street might look like. It is market manager Stephanie Malloy, not City Economic Director Chris Engel, who fields requests from vendors for a spot at the market, and while there is a waiting list, there are fewer than 40 inquiries per week. Finally, the lot the market uses is assessed at $2.3 million.