It would appear the battle has at least temporary resolution. The Center has been put on hold until funds can be raised for the memorial. That will probably take a few years (and allow a proper debate on its merits -- or lack thereof).
Buried in the article it notes 4 family members on the Foundation approve the center and 3 are against. Despites protests to the contrary the Foundation also adopted a code of conduct aimed at pushing out dissenters.
It was always an interesting battle when Foundation members who were supposed to be raising cash took their battle public.