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September 20, 2013 11:14 PM

9/11 art is at the center of a bitter dispute

Tonya Evans of Lawrence had offered to display a 13,000-pound piece of concrete salvaged from the World Trade Center area outside the Topeka Fire Department. But the chosen spot is empty. The piece won’t arrive, Florida-based sculptor Sandra Priest said. Her work is at an “undisclosed location” in Utah, she said, because Evans, the co-founder and CEO of the American Fallen Warrior Memorial Foundation, broke her contract for the $225,000 sculpture, titled “Star 11.”

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