Loose debris removed from Minnesota Capitol

Workers in St. Paul are nearly finished removing loose marble fragments from the Capitol Building. West Central Tribune says the protective scaffolding used to shield visitors from exterior debris will soon be removed. Capitol officials say visitors are at no safety risk.
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Workers in St. Paul are nearly finished removing loose marble fragments from the Capitol Building. West Central Tribune says the protective scaffolding used to shield visitors from exterior debris will soon be removed. Capitol officials say visitors are at no safety risk.

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