World Trade Center Summit Results in Roadmap, Another Summit

It was too much of a nice day Thursday to spend hours inside, negotiating complex real estate deals. So, as expected, the political summit designed to break a stalemate at the World Trade Center was brief (about an hour long), and did not end with any large detailed plan or path forward.
Rather, the attendees—developer Larry Silverstein, Mayor Bloomberg, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine, Governor Paterson and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver; and Port Authority executive director Chris Ward and Port Authority chairman Anthony Coscia, among others—agreed to devise a “roadmap,” in the words of Mr. Bloomberg, with the principals agreeing to meet again around June 11.

World Trade Center Summit Results in Roadmap, Another Summit