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Title 29 : Public Property and Supplies


(Cite as: 29 V.S.A. § 154)
  • § 154. Preservation of State House and historic State buildings

    (a) The Commissioner of Buildings and General Services shall give special consideration to the State House as a building of first historical importance and significance. He or she shall preserve the State House structure and its unique interior and exterior architectural form and design, with particular attention to the detail of form and design, in addition to keeping the buildings, its furnishings, facilities, appurtenances, appendages, and grounds surrounding and attached to it in the best possible physical and functional condition. Any permanent change, alteration, addition, or removal in form, materials, design, architectural detail, furnishing, fixed in place or otherwise, interior or exterior, of the State House may not be made without legislative mandate. Emergency and immediately necessary repairs may, however, be made without legislative mandate upon prior approval of the Governor.

    (b) [Repealed.] (Added 1959, No. 328 (Adj. Sess.), § 10; amended 1983, No. 147 (Adj. Sess.), § 4(b), eff. April 11, 1984; 2017, No. 84, § 26, eff. June 16, 2017.)