The City of Milford will remember the events of September 11, 2001 on Friday, Sept. 11, with a ringing of the bells at 8:46 a.m, the time the first plane struck New York\u2019s World Trade Center. Fire Chief Douglas Edo will ring the bell. The ceremony will take place at Milford\u2019s Fire Station No. 7, 55 Wheelers Farm Road, where a hallowed chunk of steel from the\u00a0World Trade Center\u00a0rests. Following 9\/11, city firefighters requested that the\u00a0Port Authority of New York and New Jersey\u00a0entrust Milford with this section of steel to erect a memorial monument dedicated to the 2,819 people who were killed by the terrorist attacks. In Milford, residents, officials and family members remember victims\u00a0Michael Miller\u00a0and\u00a0Avnish Patel, both graduates of Live Oaks School, as well as\u00a0Seth Morris, who was a student at\u00a0Mathewson School. Mayor Ben Blake invites all residents to attend the ceremony.