Scaffolding surrounds the Board of Equalization building as a precaution against falling glass in Sacramento on Monday, June 12, 2014. Four of the board’s five governing members have been leasing off-site office space at a cost to taxpayers of about $740,000 per year.
Scaffolding surrounds the Board of Equalization building as a precaution against falling glass in Sacramento on Monday, June 12, 2014. Four of the board’s five governing members have been leasing off-site office space at a cost to taxpayers of about $740,000 per year. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file
Scaffolding surrounds the Board of Equalization building as a precaution against falling glass in Sacramento on Monday, June 12, 2014. Four of the board’s five governing members have been leasing off-site office space at a cost to taxpayers of about $740,000 per year. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file

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