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Downtown NYC River to River Festival

November 2003
PATH Service Returns

November 2003
Vesey Street Pedestrian Bridge Completed


LMDC Announces Worldwide Outreach Campaign to Cultural Institutions Interested in Locating on the Future World Trade Center Site

On June 30, 2003, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation launched a worldwide outreach campaign to cultural institutions interested in becoming part of the facilities and programs on the future World Trade Center site. The Invitation to Cultural Institutions seeks information from those interested in creating an interpretive museum of the events of February 26, 1993 and September 11, 2001 on the World Trade Center site. The LMDC is also interested in cultural institutions that want to relocate or become part of cultural facilities on the site. The information gathered during this process will be used to further develop World Trade Center site plans. Cultural institutions may submit their responses until 5:00 PM EDT on September 15, 2003. Consideration for the submitted information is expected to begin in the fall.

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LMDC is committed to an open and transparent planning process for the World Trade Center site, a Memorial and all of Lower Manhattan. Your opinion is important to us.
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