Gov. Pat McCrory looks at a closet that is full of outdated wiring as he gives a tour Thursday of state government buildings that are in poor condition. His administration is working on the “Project Phoenix,” an effort to revitalize the state government complex.
Gov. Pat McCrory looks at a closet that is full of outdated wiring as he gives a tour Thursday of state government buildings that are in poor condition. His administration is working on the “Project Phoenix,” an effort to revitalize the state government complex. ehyman@newsobserver.com
Gov. Pat McCrory looks at a closet that is full of outdated wiring as he gives a tour Thursday of state government buildings that are in poor condition. His administration is working on the “Project Phoenix,” an effort to revitalize the state government complex. ehyman@newsobserver.com

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October 31, 2014 07:46 AM

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