Yet Another Setback to Flight 93 Memorial
A compound word, beginning with "cluster" seems to summarize things
The sudden appearance of a cash-donation box on the future site of the Flight 93 memorial park in Somerset County has infuriated relatives of the crash victims, and, some believe, could signal a breakdown in negotiations with a key landowner, jeopardizing plans for the 1,100-acre national park.
Svonavec, who leased the Flight 93 land to a coal company prior to 9/11, said he had lost money on leases for land within the memorial area. He has spent $10,000 a month for security since February, when $1 million in post-9/11 federal funding dried up, he said.
The security may be necessary; some of the more ghoulish 9-11 Truthers are not above trying to dig up wreckage to find out what "really" crashed there on 9-11.
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