Joseph Graffagnino Sr. said he will not attend the trial of three construction supervisors charged with killing his son.
The LMDC may continue to exist for another four to five years, but it will lose its large staff.
The LMDC agency should develop a sunset plan immediately, Community Board 1 members said this week.
The groups unveiled a survey showing that many tourists have trouble finding their way around the area.
All that's left of the former 41-story Deutsche Bank skyscraper is part of the basement.
The Drawing Center was once supposed to move to the World Trade Center site, but 9/11 family members protested.
David Emil, president of the Lower Manhattan Development Corp., broke his wrist as he was leaving the site Tuesday.
The former 41-story building has been reduced to just a few rows of steel and concrete.
The St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church plans to sue the Port Authority for the right to rebuild at Ground Zero.
Mayor Bloomberg said Park51 should be given a chance to make their case for a grant.
The mosque and community center is one of 265 organizations that applied for funds.
The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. voted on the $137 million in grants Monday morning.
The park features a lighthouse dedicated to the 1,517 Titanic victims.
Crane malfunctions and unexpected obstacles caused the two-week delay.
The bulk of the money will likely go toward the WTC performing arts center, but the rest is up for grabs.
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