Roxanne Berger and Geoff Sheldon, referring to the article, “Architects and Design Lighting Duo” (August 11, 2017, Vol. 1, No. 15), clarified that their home is not LEED certified. “In 2003, when we got our certificate of occupancy, there was no such designation. Geoff, however, is a LEED accredited licensed architect and Roxanne is a Certified Interior Designer (in the State of California). Topanga Architecture and Design welcomes clients that desire or require LEED certified projects.”
Contributor Pam Mesaros deserves photo credit in her article, “Gimme Shelter, Then Take Me Home,” (August 11, 2017, Vol. 1, No. 15) about the Agoura Animal Shelter. Those were her photos, not the shelter’s.
We also misspoke in Mesaros’ article, “Vanity Room—A Full-Service Salon,” (July 28, 2017, Vol. 1, No. 14). Tracy Burns was owner, not manager of the salon she operated in Woodland Hills.