WTC Memorial Cap

Whalen, Robert
May 2006
Bond Buyer;5/8/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32376, p37
Trade Publication
This article reports that New York, N.Y. mayor Michael Bloomberg, N.Y. Governor George Pataki, and New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine agreed to cap public expenditures on the World Trade Center memorial at $500 million. The figure is half of cost estimates. Bloomberg cited the necessity of viewing the project in the context of what the two states and the city can afford to spend.


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