A memorial in Green Bay that honors victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks of 2001 could be taken down until it can be more carefully rebuilt. The city Parks Committee voted Wednesday to hold a “deaccession ceremony” next month on 9/11, where pieces from the 12-year-old display outside the Neville Public Museum would be removed and stored until a new display is designed that can weather the elements better. The full City Council will be asked to approve the moves next week. The Press Gazette says the original marble deteriorated to the point in which the inscribed victims’ names could hardly be read — there was incorrect information about the attacks — and an “I” beam from the World Trade Center was not designed to be exposed to the elements. For now, the beam would have rotating displays at the Green Bay police and fire facilities.