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May 13, 2002
Welcomes American Express Back to Its World Financial Center Headquarters
May 10, 2002
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly Dedicate 23 Memorial Plaques in Honor of Police Officers Lost During World Trade Center Attack
April 26, 2002
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Governor George E. Pataki Announce Long Term Commitment by Fourteen Companies to Remain in Lower Manhattan
April 9, 2002
Announces Four Appointments to the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Board
March 27, 2002
Joins Merrill Lynch for "Homecoming" to Lower Manhattan
March 11, 2002
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Governor George E. Pataki and Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani Dedicate the "Tribute in Light"
March 11, 2002
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Governor George E. Pataki and Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani Dedicate "The Sphere" Interim Memorial to Those Lost in the World Trade Center Attacks
March 8, 2002
Announces Downtown Air Quality Task Force with Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
March 6, 2002
Six Month Status Report of the World Trade Center Site and Lower Manhattan
February 27, 2002
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Governor George E. Pataki Announce Construction of Pedestrian Bridge and Temporary Roadway in Lower Manhattan
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