Orlando unveils Pulse memorial in Colonialtown Square Park

Today, a new memorial for the victims of the Pulse Terror Attack was dedicated in Orlando.
Orlando unveiled a memorial Wednesday in honor of the 49 victims of the Pulse terror attack.
Crews installed a labyrinth at Colonialtown Square Park.
The idea came from Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan.
"What stands out for me and continues to stand out is the love these families had for their children and they didn't want them to be forgotten and this is part of that," said Sheehan. 
There were already plans for a labyrinth at the park before the tragedy, but after it happened, Sheehan wanted another place for people to reflect and honor the lives lost.

ORLANDO, Fla. — The labrynth is designed after the Chartreuse maze in France so it's an 800 year old design and then we have white granite with the names in gold. 49 equal spaces surrounding the entire maze," said Eric Kleinsteuber, of KMF architects.

Dozens in the community and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer are expected attended unveiling.
“I’ve been watching it being built over there and it’s very exciting. It’s a nice use of that park,” said resident Keri Caffrey.
This city-sponsored memorial on North Fern Creek Avenue has the Orlando United heart, which is a symbol of the tragedy.
The heart is surrounded by pavings with names of each victim.
There are benches nearby for people to sit and reflect in a park surrounded by homes filled with families.
“The neighborhood is fantastic. We moved here a couple of years ago,” said Caffrey.
The labyrinth carried a $60,000 price tag which was paid for out of Sheehan's budget.