An editorial Monday on the city of Youngstown's hiring of a Canadian company to handle public input into a major, long-range planning effort incorrectly suggested that the city's deputy director of planning, Bill D'Avignon, had misgivings about the strategy. D'Avignon believes that the study will give city government a direction for the future, but at this stage he isn't sure what that direction will be.

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