Editorial – National Park Service taking deliberate approach to ‘Tower of Voices’

The Tower of Voices, the 93-foot-high wind chime that will mark the entrance of the Flight 93 National Memorial, is on schedule to be completed next year, reports John Rucosky in The Tribune-Democrat.

Stephen M. Clark, superintendent of the National Parks of Western Pennsylvania, spoke in Somerset today to update the public on the Tower’s status. The final design for the Tower of Voices will be approved in August, ground will be broken in September. The Tower of 40 wind chimes, one for each innocent voice silenced on Flight 93 in the terrorist attacks of 9/11, will be dedicated in September 2018.

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