NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – The 9/11 museum is far behind schedule for its planned opening on September 11, 2012.
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A reporter asked Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday if he’d like to see the Liberty Bond program extended to raise money for the museum.
His honor was blunt, saying, “The memorial museum does not need financing.”READ MORE: New Jersey Ranked 48th In List Of Best States In The U.S.
He explained it this way: “We’ve raised $450 million last time I checked, and it’s probably over that now, of private moneys.”
The mayor says the Port Authority and the city have competing claims of approximately the same size, of who should pay for what, and expressed confidence they’ll come to an agreement and get construction going again.MORE NEWS: New York Philharmonic Performs At The Shed As Part Of New York PopsUp Series
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