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In our March 25 fact check of Bob Sinclair, owner of the Wonder Bread building, we misspelled a key word in his quote.

Here’s how we quoted him:

Building a new Chargers stadium downtown would be “taking 15 to 20 acres of land that’s sewn for high-rise residential development.”

Here’s how it should’ve read:

Building a new Chargers stadium downtown would be “taking 15 to 20 acres of land that’s sown for high-rise residential development.”

Sewn means to join or attach stitches. Sown means to plant seed for the purpose of growth. That’s an important distinction. We regret the error.

— KEEGAN KYLE

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