Supporters Believe It’s Important To Remember The Holocaust;
Others Say Only Memory The Display Promotes Is One Of Death

VERONA, N.J. (CBS) ― A neighborhood in Verona, New Jersey is divided over a Holocaust memorial. Some residents say the memorial is a daily reminder of death, and they want it moved. The memorial is a railroad track leading to a barbed wire-wrapped star bearing the names of concentration camps. It’s the vision of Sarah Kriegel, the daughter of Holocaust survivors. “The tracks are the ones that carried people to the death camps,” Kriegel says.
The memorial, just outside Congregation Beth AHM of West Essex in Verona, brings Jane Janoff to tears – but not for the reasons you may think. “… my 10-year-old daughter thinks something like this is going to happen to her….”