Agency's savings could help pay to fix Capitol

Published: October 5, 2012
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“Legislators discuss plans to fix crumbling Capitol” (News, Sept. 26) said the state Office of Management and Enterprise Services needs $38.2 million each year for four years to pay for foundation, plumbing and electrical repairs to the state Capitol building. Last month, that same agency said it saved $40 million by reducing employment and consolidating computer services. So why can't OMES use that $40 million to pay for the first year of Capitol repairs?

Red Goldfarb, Yukon



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