A wonderful facility whose collection, archival and storage is all paid by the public but inaccessible to the public. I bet auctioning a few items or a painting or two from Herr Hitler would generate the funds necessary to build, staff and operate the proposed museum.
I do appreciate the motion sensing security and convenience lights. I have long proposed this for all public and private security lighting. The reduction in light pollution and energy consumption would be significant. Why light entire areas after hours when no one is there except to provide illumination for the convenience of thieves and criminals. How much easier for security forces to only need to focus interest on areas where lights come on. No lights on in that parking lot? No problem then. Lights come on? Investigate then! This could reduce needed vigilance and security staff needed by probably 80%. Rather than numerous bored guards scanning dozens of security cameras of illuminated but inactive areas in such boredom that they become inattentive they could be replaced by a single individual needing to be alert for a light to come on. I have motion sensing lights. When they come on they get my attention. They don't waste my attention and energy when they are not on. And of course they come on when I need to use the area, turn off after I am done and gone. Nice to see the government do one thing right.