Monday, August 6, 2007

Stairs to Remain Intact in Ground Zero Plan - New York Times

Stairs to Remain Intact in Ground Zero Plan - New York Times: "Stairs to Remain Intact in Ground Zero Plan


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By DAVID W. DUNLAP
Published: August 6, 2007

The Spitzer administration says it has taken steps to finally solve the quandary of the “survivors’ stairway” at ground zero.
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The “survivors’ stairway,” which led to safety on 9/11.
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The stairs, seen in a model, would lead to a memorial museum.

By that, it means every step — all 38 of them. Together.

Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s chief of downtown redevelopment, Avi Schick, proposes to keep the stairway whole and intact — but just the seven-foot-wide stairway proper, not the hulking concrete structure around it."

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