The Orlando Mayor wants to eternalize
– the site of June’s mass
shooting that killed 49
In a Wednesday interview with local radio station
, Mayor Buddy Dyer revealed that he thinks the city should buy the site in order to “make some determination, with a lot of input, on what a permanent memorial might look like.”
“I think we need to determine some period of time that we leave it exactly as it is with some adequate fencing,” he told the station. “Because there will be people that want to travel here to see it as it exists.”
, a non-profit set up by the club’s owner, was set up after the June 12 shooting – which left another 53 injured – and has intentions to “contribute to the creation of a permanent memorial” at the site.
, flowers, posters and other memorabilia honoring the patients are still at the site of the incident, which has been named the deadliest terror attack on American soil since 9/11.