BENNINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Workers say their first full day at a new Vermont state office complex in Bennington has gone smoothly.
The complex in Bennington was rebuilt four years after 135 employees were moved out because of concerns the building was making people sick. Tests found that boiler soot had been circulating in the building through the heating system.
The Bennington Banner reports there was one minor problem Monday: a power outage. It happened during the lunch hour, so there was no disruption to court proceedings.
The complex houses courts and state attorney offices; the Department of Labor; various departments within the Agency of Human Services; Buildings and Ground offices; and others.
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