Category Archives: 9/11 Community

9/11 Environmental Action – still fighting for Downtown’s 9/11 survivors

Dusica Sue Malesevic writes in the January 14, 2016 issue of the Downtown Express about 9/11 Environmental Action and their outreach to residents of Lower Manhattan who are eligible for treatment under the renewed Zadroga Act, but who may not realize the fact. Almost 400,000 Lower Manhattan workers, students and residents were exposed to contaminants during and after the 2001 terrorist attacks, […]

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Fate of WTC Sphere keeps turning

‘ “We have not closed our mind to the future of the Sphere,” said Port Authority program director Glen Guzi when the marred monument’s fate came up at the Jan. 11 meeting of the Community Board 1 Planning Committee,’ wrote Yannic Rack  in the January 14, 2016 issue of the Downtown Express. National September 11 Memorial and Museum […]

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‘The Sphere’ from 9/11 Is No Closer to a Home

The Fritz Koenig Sphere needs a home, writes the Tribeca Trib on January 13, 2016.  It has a temporary home in The Battery, though many people, including much of the September 11th community, think it belongs back at its original home — the World Trade Center.

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