A section of broken drain pipe presented to The Bee in 2014 at the Board of Equalization’s headquarters. The 23-year-old building’s drain system was incorrectly installed during construction, causing the pipes to corrode.
A section of broken drain pipe presented to The Bee in 2014 at the Board of Equalization’s headquarters. The 23-year-old building’s drain system was incorrectly installed during construction, causing the pipes to corrode. Brian Nguyen The Sacramento Bee
A section of broken drain pipe presented to The Bee in 2014 at the Board of Equalization’s headquarters. The 23-year-old building’s drain system was incorrectly installed during construction, causing the pipes to corrode. Brian Nguyen The Sacramento Bee

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Board of Equalization ‘horror house’ springs new leak

November 02, 2015 11:40 AM

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