Crews are back in the state Capitol to dismantle and repair its century-old stained glass windows.
A state official says the project is moving as expected and has been "fascinating."
A crew from Wisconsin is now removing 60 out of 90 panels from the barrel vaulted skylight over the main marble staircase. The remaining 30 panels with a corn motif will be cleaned in place.
Mike Mueller with the Administration Department says the project has been fun. It combines art, history and architecture.
The full project includes glass from the dome and the Senate and House chambers and will cost about $3 million.
Mueller says it will be complete in time for the state's 125th anniversary.
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