The Board of Equalization building is seen in Sacramento on 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 and leaky windows and corroded toilet waste pipes and toxic mold.
The Board of Equalization building is seen in Sacramento on 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 and leaky windows and corroded toilet waste pipes and toxic mold. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
The Board of Equalization building is seen in Sacramento on 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 and leaky windows and corroded toilet waste pipes and toxic mold. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

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