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Demolition Of Sandy Hook To Begin Friday

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Town leaders in Newtown have moved to limit the publicity surrounding the Sandy Hook Elementary School demolition and will require construction crews who enter the site to sign non-disclosure agreements.

“That was a site of such a tragic event, and we wanted to limit the possibility for anyone to take an artifact and have it on Ebay, or take photos or videos and have it out on YouTube,” said Newtown First Selectman Patricia Llodra, referring to the confidentiality agreements that each worker must sign before they enter the site where 20 children and six educators were killed on Dec. 14.

David Grogins, the town’s attorney, said the confidentiality agreements require that individuals do not remove items from the site.

Read more of Jenny Wilson’s story from the Hartford Courant here.

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