Getting It Right, Feb. 10, 2011

A headline on Page 2A Wednesday incorrectly indicated the city of Grand Junction erred in telling some local businesses that they had paid their sales taxes late. The mistake was made by the Colorado Department of Revenue.

A story on Page 2A Wednesday about an audit of Pinon Grill should not have referred in the headline to a tax issue. The audit related to the grill’s contractual requirement to pay 5 percent of gross revenues to the city of Grand Junction. Also, when some bid evaluators changed their scores, Two Rivers Convention Center’s score decreased by one point, while Pinon Grill’s scored decreased four points and Venema’s scored decreased three points.


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