Tag: Miller Senate Building

Centuries-old column installed at Miller building

Some wags were expecting a bust of Senate President-for-life Mike Miller on the pedestal in the courtyard entrance to the building that bears his name. Instead, they might be surprised to find an artifact slightly older and drenched with as much history as Miller, who will begin a quarter-century as presiding officer in two weeks.

Last month, the capital (top) and base of a 190-year-old Latrobe column(right) that once graced the demolished old Court of Appeals building was installed, putting the finishing touches on last year’s $468,000 renovation of the courtyard entrance to the William S. James and Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Senate office buildings.

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