In this week's issue of the paper, which is just hitting streets but isn't yet online (it's now online), there's an error in a story I wrote about Tim Burgess's proposed aggressive solicitation ordinance. According to a poll sponsored by the Downtown Seattle Association, two-thirds of downtown residents are concerned about aggressive panhandling. I accidentally said one-third of residents rated this as a concern. I regret the error. (The poll also found that the greatest areas of improvement in the downtown core was in aggressive panhandling, where residents' level of extreme concern dropped from 57 percent to 32 percent.) The online version will be correct when it's published later today and we'll print a correction in next week's paper.