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Governor wants money to replace the state capitol's heating and AC system

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The heating and air conditioning system at the state capitol is getting old and Governor Brad Henry wants $27-million to replace it.

The system was completed in 1992 and uses heat pumps to heat and cool offices and conference rooms. But valve leaks and system failures have caused flooding and damage to ceilings, carpeting and desks.

The system was not designed to serve the rotunda and public hallways which leaves those areas hot in the summer and cold in the winter.
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