Pa. House of Representatives to spend $1 million to create more meeting room space

Jan Murphy | Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Harrisburg Patriot News

The state House of Representatives is on the brink of launching a remodeling project to create two new meeting rooms at a cost estimated at around $1 million.

The meeting rooms will be located on the fifth floor of the K. LeRoy Irvis Office Building in the Capitol Complex in space that once housed two Commonwealth Court courtrooms. The court vacated those rooms in 2009 when they moved into the Pennsylvania Judicial Center a short distance away.

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