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New York, New York / World Trade Center / Site Proposals / Betts Interview #708128

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 15, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) CNN Website for submitting proposals for what to do with the World Trade Center site cited on screen; new plans shown from Andy Feuerstein, Carmen Cerra, David Lopez, Andrew Prince, Scott Dergance, Alan Austin†.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Lower Manhattan Development Corp.

(LMDC) Roland Betts† about decisions for the World Trade Center sit.; computer-enhanced diagrams shown of the initial plans [BETTS - says five new architectural firms have been invited to submit plans; outlines important elements of planning, including the "footprints" of where the buildings originally stood; states the memorial process will be big, open & creative.]

Brown, Aaron

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