Survey responses have been posted to the Newtown website by the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission. Despite working for nearly two years now, the group is still in the early stages of deciding what the memorial should look like and where it should be located.
A second question-and-answer document has also been released by the group. One of the items notes that there is $130,000 set aside for a memorial. The Commission says they've been in constant contact with survivors and the families of the 26 educators and children killed on 12-14.
The Newtown Board of Selectmen has been informed that the 26 families would have the final work once recommendations are ready.