Patchogue Village to build a second September 11th Memorial

The village of Patchogue will transform an empty lot overlooking the Great South Bay into a reflective September 11 memorial to honor three local residents killed in the terrorist attacks of 9/11, reports Deon J. Hampton for Newsday.

Patchogue and East Patchogue lost FDNY Lt. Michael Healey, Alfred Maler, and Eric Stahlman in the attacks.

The memorial is expected to open in July and will provide a “reflective” waterfront space. It will be funded by a private donation given to improve local parks.

The new memorial will be larger than the village’s existing memorial at Shorefront Park.

A September 11, 2018 dedication is expected.

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