9/11 Memorial in Green Bay to be decommissioned Monday

The 9/11 memorial that was donated to Green Bay in 2005 will be decommissioned on Monday morning during a ceremony. 

The memorial, which is next to the Neville Public Museum, has had multiple issues that has led the city to this moment.

The engraved names of the victims are fading, the marble is cracking, and the flight information of two airplanes used in the attack are incorrect.

The girder of one of the Twin Towers that fell on September 11, 2001 will be removed from the front of the memorial and taken to the Green Bay police station.

The ceremony will begin at 8:45 a.m. at the 9/11 memorial next to the Neville Public Museum.


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