No money has been raised to fix Green Bay’s 9/11 memorial

The Green Bay September 11th Memorial, built in 2005, has been crumbling for years, and it was decommissioned in 2017. Attempts to save it are still being made, reports Ben Krumholz of Fox 11 News WLUK.

No money has been raised for the proposed repairs, however, after 14 months. The cost to repair the memorial is estimated at  $100,000; for taking it down, would cost $30,000.

Green Bay’s city council is expected to vote on which option to take in the next few weeks.

The World Trade Center steel from the memorial is currently in the lobby of the local police station.

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