Warning flags hang on the parking garage of the state Board of Equalization building in Sacramento. The infamous building has been plagued with problems including panes of glass popping out and crashing to the sidewalk, elevators stalling and corroding pipes damaging the building’s water system, since it was opened in 1993. It’s also only the 12th-worst state-owned building, according to a new study.
Warning flags hang on the parking garage of the state Board of Equalization building in Sacramento. The infamous building has been plagued with problems including panes of glass popping out and crashing to the sidewalk, elevators stalling and corroding pipes damaging the building’s water system, since it was opened in 1993. It’s also only the 12th-worst state-owned building, according to a new study. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
Warning flags hang on the parking garage of the state Board of Equalization building in Sacramento. The infamous building has been plagued with problems including panes of glass popping out and crashing to the sidewalk, elevators stalling and corroding pipes damaging the building’s water system, since it was opened in 1993. It’s also only the 12th-worst state-owned building, according to a new study. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file

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