Collapsed condo: Weighing how to honor dead at ‘holy site’


              Flowers and messages of love adorn a wooden heart marked with the name Francis Fernandez, alongside a memorial wall for the victims of the Champlain Towers South building collapse, on Monday, July 12, 2021, in Surfside, Fla.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
            
              Flowers from well-wishers surround a photograph of Stella Cattarossi, age 7, on a makeshift memorial wall for the victims of the Champlain Towers South building collapse, on Monday, July 12, 2021, in Surfside, Fla.  (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
            
              Wooden hearts with the names of victims are erected along side the photos, flowers, and other memorial items as visitors walk through the memorial site. 90 people have been confirmed dead due to the partial collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Fla., on Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Carl Juste/Miami Herald via AP)
            Flowers and messages of love adorn wooden hearts with the names of victims of the Champlain Towers South building collapse, at a makeshift memorial near the site, on Monday, July 12, 2021, in Surfside, Fla.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) Flowers, photographs, and messages of love decorate a rain-soaked memorial for the victims of the Champlain Towers South building collapse, on Monday, July 12, 2021, in Surfside, Fla.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) Wilted flowers and messages of love decorate a rain-soaked memorial for the victims of the Champlain Towers South building collapse, on Monday, July 12, 2021, in Surfside, Fla. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) FILE - A member of the Israeli search and rescue team, left, salutes in front of the rubble that once was Champlain Towers South during a prayer ceremony, Wednesday, July 7, 2021, in Surfside, Fla. The Israeli search and rescue team that arrived in South Florida shortly after the Champlain Towers South collapsed last month is heading home after an emotional sendoff in Surfside. The team planned to leave Florida on Sunday, July 11. During a brief Saturday evening ceremony, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava thanked the battalion for their "unrelenting dedication."  (Jose A Iglesias/Miami Herald via AP)