In the Oct. 1 issue, the Times misstated the status of an agreement between the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland and Medina Creative Living for Life. In June, the sisters signed a 99-year-lease for $450,000 with Medina Creative Living for Life for 3 acres of land off Fairmount Boulevard in Pepper Pike. The Times regrets the error.


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