A burst pipe is presented to The Sacramento Bee on Monday, June 12, 2014. The Board of Equalization headquarters has become California's unofficial state money pit, a tower of terror with a litany of defects that include exterior glass panels that fall without warning, leaky windows, corroded toilet waste pipes and toxic mold.
A burst pipe is presented to The Sacramento Bee on Monday, June 12, 2014. The Board of Equalization headquarters has become California's unofficial state money pit, a tower of terror with a litany of defects that include exterior glass panels that fall without warning, leaky windows, corroded toilet waste pipes and toxic mold. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
A burst pipe is presented to The Sacramento Bee on Monday, June 12, 2014. The Board of Equalization headquarters has become California's unofficial state money pit, a tower of terror with a litany of defects that include exterior glass panels that fall without warning, leaky windows, corroded toilet waste pipes and toxic mold. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

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