Officials Will Spend $4.5 Million To Finish Designs for Capitol Renovation
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State officials have agreed to spend $4.5 million to finish designs for the Capitol renovation even though officials haven't decided whether to include an expansion in the project.
State schools Superintendent Cindy Hill was the only member of the state building commission to vote against the proposal Wednesday. She thinks paying for plans now would lead officials to eventually agree to an expansion. She thought there there was some "deception" in the decision.
Gov. Matt Mead, one of the other statewide elected officials on the panel, denied that and says there will be more discussions on the project.