An article about the fish restoration program on the Patapsco River in the Oct. 22 Howard section contained several errors. The restoration program will not result in fish reaching the upper reaches of the Patapsco for several years. Only one of the dams where the state is creating passageways for fish, Bloede Dam, was built to supply hydroelectric power. The others were built for water supply. Fourteen fish passages in the state have been completed, but only four others are under construction and will be completed by the end of the year. Planning for the project was begun as part of the Chesapeake Bay Agreement.
The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.