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NEW YORK CITY-The word of the day was “commitment.” As a celebration of accomplishment, the gathering of key players in the World Trade Center’s construction was a sight paralleled, perhaps only by the WTC’s rapid construction. On the 10th Floor of 250 Greenwich St., also known as 7 WTC, local dignitaries and businessmen gathered to make the WTC’s completion an inevitability with an official reaction to the agreement between the Port Authority, the City of New York and Silverstein Properties. The press hustled into a small section of the 10th Floor and watched a brief time-lapse movie of the construction of the World Trade Center. The movie was created by Marcus Robinson and ostensibly introduced the afternoon’s proceedings. Mayor Bloomberg drove the point home toward the afternoon’s press conference as he explained, “New York has deserved to see this hole in the heart of our city filled.”

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