Thank you for publishing my letter. While re-reading it, I realized that I had omitted one word during the re-writing and editing of my letter. I didn’t catch my omission before I sent it to you. I always strive to be accurate and accountable and that’s why I am writing to you now.
Lesson learned. Working with multiple computers in multiple locations on the same document takes extra scrutiny.
I inadvertently omitted the word “almost” which should have been placed before “every time”. Contrary to how the third sentence of the first paragraph read, without the omitted word, Mr. Cooper did state the year, 1998 correctly. The other dates he stated in his story, to the Council, were years off he mark and that’s what I intended to state.