WEST WINDSOR, NJ (AP/WCBS 880) – Two plaques at the Mercer County, N.J. 9/11 memorial feature the names of politicians and volunteers, but not those of local victims of Sept. 11.

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County officials say they discussed including the names of the 27 county victims, but instead paid tribute to “the nearly 3,000 victims of that tragic day,” as one plaque reads.

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Marie Calandra of Trenton lost a cousin on 9/11. She told The Times of Trenton she thinks names of the dead should be added.

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County Executive Brian Hughes, whose name is on one plaque, says the county will revisit the issue if there are protests.

Washington Township in Warren County removed its 9/11 memorial stone after protests. It listed only the names of elected officials and didn’t even mention the events of 9/11.

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