From today's Daily News:
MORE THAN 6,000 petition signatures are serving as the impetus for a new committee seeking a permanent memorial at the site of June's Market Street building collapse.
The 22nd & Market Memorial Committee is made up of friends and family of those who died last year, including City Treasurer Nancy Winkler, whose 24-year-old daughter was among the six killed. Members also include local civic and business leaders and urban planning and design professionals who hope to erect a temporary memorial at the site by June 5, the first anniversary of the collapse.
Winkler jump-started the online petition in September at change.org, where she and 6,205 (as of last night) others are asking Mayor Nutter to work with them in funding a memorial park at 22nd and Market streets.