When some Con Ed workers at Ground Zero found some human remains in a manhole last October, the city promised it would expand the search for remains (especially since it was revealed that the initial search for remains was more of a rush job). Now the city says that it will search under two more spots: West Street, in front of the World Financial Center, and Cedar Street, between Washington and West Streets.

Deputy Mayor Ed Skyler sent a memo to Mayor Bloomberg describing the search effort, as well as the possibility of adding even more locations to search, yesterday. Given that last month Sklyer had said that the search was nearly complete, yesterday's memo emphasizes that it's unlikely the search will be finished by fall, stating, "Our experience over the last nine months and the ongoing rebuilding of the World Trade Center site and surrounding area suggest that search operations will continue in one form or another for the foreseeable future."

Even those over 1,400 human bone fragments have been found since September 11, 2001 (including 677 since last October), few have been identified. Newsday spoke to the Nancy Sadocha, whose husband died in the Tower One collapse. She said, "I say leave it alone. I understand why people want to find remains of any kind, but it's been six years. I have grieved for my husband. To find something now doesn't do anything for me."