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NEW YORK CITY-On the eve of the 11th anniversary of Sept. 11, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, the National September Memorial & Museum and Gov. Cuomo, Mayor Bloomberg and Chris Christie reached an agreement late Monday to re-start construction on the 9/11 Museum. The deal settles a $300 million financial dispute between the Port and the foundation that caused work to halt at the eight-acre site several months ago. The museum was originally scheduled for completion this year.

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