NEW YORK (AP) — The debate over the future resting place of unidentified remains of Sept. 11 victims is lingering as the attacks' 10th anniversary recedes.Family members of 17 World Trade Center victims whose remains were never identified are upset. They say they aren't satisfied with a recent city effort to spread the word about a plan to house remains at the forthcoming 9/11 museum.The families of the 17 say a museum is no place for the remains. They want to poll the hundreds of other families whose remains weren't identified for their thoughts.Instead, the city sent a letter last week to all families with details on the plans.At the other sites where hijacked planes crashed on Sept. 11, the placement of unidentified remains has been resolved.