Rewiring Capitol's Chandelier
Officials at the capitol hired contractors to replace the cable, light bulbs, and electrical wires. They say the hardest part is over.
"As you can tell by looking at it, it's a pretty large sized chandelier and it involves quite a bit of engineering to develop the structure to hold the chandelier as we take the cable off and work on the parts and pieces," said director of facilities David Mosby.
Officials say this is preventative maintenance that happens every 30 years. They expect the chandelier to return to the ceiling on November 8.