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August 25, 2015- by Steven E. Greer
DNAinfo reports, “Sources say officials are concerned that the leak may be coming from a stretch of the 3,200-foot-long slurry wall that is hidden by other walls that house unopened commercial offices, retail shopping stores and underground warehouse space that are expected to operational by next summer.
Asked about the running water and potential slurry wall issue, a Port Authority spokeswoman said engineers had no reports of running water or any known potential issues involving the site’s slurry wall.
Depending on the severity of the problem, sources say, it could further delay the opening of the remaining lower concourse commercial space.”