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By From page A2 | March 21, 2013

John Buckel was incorrectly referred to as “Jim” in Wednesday’s story about the conversion of the former DISC/Explorit building into the new home of the UC Davis Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Buckel, a longtime Davis resident, and Rod Johnson represent Capital Partners Development Co. in Rancho Cordova, which owned the portion of the Second Street building that had been occupied by Explorit. Capital Partners developed the DTL building at 3805 Faraday Ave., the first LEED gold building in Yolo County, in 2009.

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