A multi-year project has begun to renovate the Fargo Forum reports.
A dozen other century-old state capitols, including in Wisconsin and Iowa, have undergone renovation, with only Minnesota’s remaining. Fixing the Capitol, which hosts 300,000 visitors a year, is a multi-year project. Lawmakers and governors in the coming years will decide how long it takes and exactly what gets done.
So far, two major projects have begun: dome repair and removing blocks of marble that could fall off the outside of the building.
The Minnesota State Capitol Preservation Commission has more info on the project.