News Clips: March 25, 2010

03/25/2010

Deal reached on World Trade Center rebuilding
The Associated Press
The World Trade Center developer and government agencies that control the site have reached a deal to resolve a 16-month stalemate over rebuilding at ground zero.

Two New Towers May End the Impasse at Ground Zero
The New York Times
Port Authority and other government officials and the developer Larry A. Silverstein have reached a tentative agreement that could resolve a 16-month impasse at ground zero and allow two new skyscrapers to be built on the site.

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