N.C. Department of Administration Facilities Management worker Joey Wallace used a small portable lift on the State Capitol grounds in downtown Raleigh Wednesday, April 20, 2016 as he lifts out a reflector for inspection while changing out burned out LED light bulbs in the spotlights and area lights ringing the State Capitol grounds. Wallace said the LED bulbs were supposed to be good for several years but he and a coworker had been changing them out more often.
N.C. Department of Administration Facilities Management worker Joey Wallace used a small portable lift on the State Capitol grounds in downtown Raleigh Wednesday, April 20, 2016 as he lifts out a reflector for inspection while changing out burned out LED light bulbs in the spotlights and area lights ringing the State Capitol grounds. Wallace said the LED bulbs were supposed to be good for several years but he and a coworker had been changing them out more often. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
N.C. Department of Administration Facilities Management worker Joey Wallace used a small portable lift on the State Capitol grounds in downtown Raleigh Wednesday, April 20, 2016 as he lifts out a reflector for inspection while changing out burned out LED light bulbs in the spotlights and area lights ringing the State Capitol grounds. Wallace said the LED bulbs were supposed to be good for several years but he and a coworker had been changing them out more often. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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