Department of Enterprise Services spokesman Jim Erskine said Tuesday that workers are completing final tasks on the Capitol building and should be done some time next week. The project is on time and on budget, and Erskine said workers were able to clean a little more territory than they were tasked with doing.
The $1.1 million project is supposed to clean and make critical exterior repairs to the outside of the building. Crews have been working on the building for a few months.
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