When Americans walk into a multi-story building, they’d usually say they’re on the first floor. Not in the lobby of Alaska’s Capitol building.
Many wondered aloud on social media why the D.C. rioters were treated differently than those who protested for racial justice in 2020.
Work under an existing $6.5 million contract on the west wing of the building is wrapping now.
The State of Alaska has re-bid three contracts for janitorial services in Juneau that are less than two weeks old.
When legislators enter Alaska’s capitol building soon for the session, they won’t have to be concerned about falling debris.