NEWTOWN, CT: The group charged with choosing a design for a memorial to victims of the Sandy Hook massacre wondered what it would do if it asked for proposals and none of the blueprints submitted were suitable.

That could still happen, of course, but with the deadline for submissions now passed, and 150 design proposals sent in from across the United States and 20 other countries, it’s less likely that the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission will be disappointed.

“We are really pleased with the quantity of submissions we’ve received,” said Kyle Lyddy, the group’s chairman.

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