The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey last week announced it would be able to turn over two sites at World Trade Center ground zero to developer Silverstein Properties Inc., ending an obligation to make steep penalty payments.

The authority is currently on the hook to pay $300,000 a day for not meeting a deadline to turn over the sites last year, which will have cost $132 million through the end of the month.

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