Those anticipating the opening of the Sept. 11 museum next year may have to wait a bit longer according to the Wall Street Journal report.
Construction on the museum has hit a stand-still due to a money dispute involving over hundreds of millions of dollars in unexpected costs. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey hasn’t been approving contracts, new or existing extensions.
The museum was slated for a September opening, but according to the report, it will likely be pushed back.
Despite the bump in the road, both parties involved in the dispute expect the issues to be rectified.
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