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by Gotham Gazette Staff, Feb 23, 2003
 

December 5, 2003
Architectural experts Rick Bell and Fred Bernstein about the finalist 9/11 memorial designs, and the process to select a final plan for the memorial at Ground Zero.
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May 27, 2003
Mike Wallace, author of the book A New Deal for New York, about how to rebuild the city, state and country after September 11.
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February 20, 2003
Daniel Libeskind, World Trade Center site design finalist. His plan for Ground Zero exposes the foundations of the original twin towers.
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February 11, 2003
Tara Snow, who coordinates public and government participation for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
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January 31, 2003
On Friday January 31, Gotham Gazette held an online chat with architect Steven Holl, a member of the team that created the Memorial Square plan.
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January 24, 2003
On Friday January 24, Gotham Gazette held an online chat with architect Rafael Viñoly, a member of the Think team, which created three designs for the World Trade Center site.
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January 14, 2003
Barbara Littenberg, from architecture firm Peterson/Littenberg, described her firm's plan for the World Trade Center site and their work for Mayor Bloomberg's plan for lower Manhattan.
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January 9, 2003
Robert Yaro, President of the Regional Plan Association and head of the Civic Alliance to Rebuild Downtown New York, provided commentary on the public process for rebuilding and talked about the future plans of the Civic Alliance.
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December 19, 2002
Rick Bell, Executive Director of the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects, discussed the nine new plans and talked about how the public can best evaluate the plans.
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December 12, 2002
Dr. Jack Caravanos, from Hunter College, and Dr. Lung Chi Chen from New York University School of Medicine discussed health concerns after September 11.
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November 22, 2002
Ronald Betts, chairman of Chelsea Piers and director of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, talked about the rebuilding and Olympics 2012.
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October 10, 2002
Ron Shiffman of the Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development, and
Frank Braconi, executive director of the non-profit research organization Citizens Housing and Planning Councildiscussed housing issues after September 11.
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October 3, 2002
Bettina Damiani of Good Jobs New York and Steve Malanga of City Journal discussed economic rebuilding issues after September 11.
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September 11, 2002
Dr. Joseph Hirsch, Dr. Lisa Kaplan, Dr. Joan Hardin, and Dr. Richard Shadick, psychologists with crisis counseling experience
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August 21, 2002
Anita Contini, director of memorial, cultural and civic programs for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
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Read a story on the lessons other memorials may have for Ground Zero.

July 24, 2002
Lou Tomson, President of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
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Read a profile of Lou Tomson

July 16, 2002
Madelyn Wils, Chairwoman of Community Board 1 in Lower Manhattan
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Read a profile of Madelyn Wils

June 11, 2002
Alex Garvin, lead planner for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
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Read a profile of Alex Garvin


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