NYPD, Port Authority agree on WTC security
By Charles V. Bagli
The New York Times
NEW YORK — Planners seeking to rebuild the World Trade Center have always envisioned that the 16-acre site would have a vibrant streetscape with distinctive buildings, shops and cultural institutions lining a newly restored street grid. From the destruction of Sept. 11, 2001, a new neighborhood teeming with life would be born.
NYPD wants 'tight security' at Ground Zero