Concerns re reported leaks of slurry wall and remains repository

The September 11th Families Association would like to reassure families who have expressed concerns as to whether the repository within the 9/11 Memorial Museum and the infrastructure below ground within the World Trade Center Complex is secure.  The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey issued a statement today: “The Port Authority has an ongoing program to monitor and preserve the Slurry Wall. The World Trade Center Construction team conducts routine inspections that includes sections of the Slurry Wall not visible to the public and its most recent inspection within the last several days did not identify any leaks in the Slurry Wall.”   The sacredness of the site where our loved ones died is of paramount concern.

The Association has followed and provided information on the construction and development of the World Trade Center Complex for the past fourteen years. Approaching the 14th anniversary, we wanted to directly reassure you that the construction continues and the vibrancy of Lower Manhattan is increasing daily.

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