The five-building Capitol Area East End Complex at 15th and N streets, covering several blocks, is among the 58 state buildings requiring regular maintenance to avoid catastrophic failures.
The five-building Capitol Area East End Complex at 15th and N streets, covering several blocks, is among the 58 state buildings requiring regular maintenance to avoid catastrophic failures. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee file
The five-building Capitol Area East End Complex at 15th and N streets, covering several blocks, is among the 58 state buildings requiring regular maintenance to avoid catastrophic failures. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee file

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