Scaffolding on the top level of Board of Equalization’s parking garage protects employees entering and leaving the building’s elevator from potential falling glass.
Scaffolding on the top level of Board of Equalization’s parking garage protects employees entering and leaving the building’s elevator from potential falling glass. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee
Scaffolding on the top level of Board of Equalization’s parking garage protects employees entering and leaving the building’s elevator from potential falling glass. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee

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