CLARIFICATIONS- of a correction, and Wayne

• In our August 31 issue, we ran a correction to our August 24 story, "Still moldy: Family's American dream goes sour," noting that mold was not found in the pre-sale home inspection. However, the inspection does note the presence of "fungus." 

• In response to "Wayne's New World: New public access fees bring ire" in the August 31 issue, city spokesman Ric Barrick says users of public access' new equipment must take four prerequisite classes before the $80 director's class– studio basics, character generator, audio and engineering, and switcher. Each costs $60 for a total of $320 plus a $25 membership fee. Barrick also says member producers can use the old equipment at no additional charge, or pay $25 and use an in-house director.