9/11 families upset over ground zero museum delays

NEW YORK (AP) - Family members of some Sept. 11 victims are
frustrated with delays at the museum being built alongside the
memorial at ground zero.
Museum construction has largely been on hold for months because
of a financial dispute between the Port Authority of New York and
New Jersey, which owns the site, and the foundation that controls
the memorial and museum.
Officials say significant progress has been made toward an
agreement, but it's unclear when one will be finalized, and the
museum definitely won't be ready for its planned opening on Sept.
11, 2012.
Patricia Reilly lost her sister in the attacks. She says that
without the museum, only half the story is being told at the site.
She says the museum will give information about the individuals who
were lost.

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