NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – Mayor Michael Bloomberg says construction on the national 9/11 museum at the World Trade Center site has basically come to a halt.

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The Port Authority says the memorial and museum foundation owes it millions.

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The foundation sees it exactly the other way around.

“You know, it’s hard to see us getting to a courtroom, but if it has to go there, it has to go there,” said Bloomberg on Thursday.

The mayor, who is also foundation chairman, added we have an obligation to make sure that the people who contributed something like $425 million have the memorial and museum built the way they thought it would get done.

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