Some of the renovations going on at the Capitol are obvious, as chain-link fencing and mounds of dirt block access and parking. For others, you have to look up — way up.
From the floor of the House chamber, turn back toward the balcony. There, on a scaffold, stands George Stuart. He’s painting the ceiling.
“This is a touch-up,” he explains. “We had water damage and the paint started peeling. Whole sections had to be re-plastered.”