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Anderson, B. B
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Crippen, D.L
Cylke, F. K
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INDEX

Architect of the Capitol

Botanic Garden
Botanic Garden Construction Schedule
Botanic Garden Contractor
Botanic Garden Living Exhibits
Botanic Garden Opening
Cannon Elevators
Cannon Garage
Cannon Garage Contract
Capital Budget
Capitol Dome
Closing Statement
Custodial Promotion Opportunities
Custodial Staff
Employee Fitness Facility
Employee Safety
Employee Shower Facilities
Employee Status
Financial Management System
Future Hearing on Visitor Center
House Curator and Historical Staff
Legislative Space
Maintenance and Repairs
Manager Accountability
National Garden
O'Neill Building
O'Neill Building Demolition
Opening Statement
Page Dorm
Page Dorm Occupancy
Rayburn Garage
Room H-208
Unfunded Positions
Visitor Center
Visitor Center Contract
Visitor Center Cost Estimates
Visitor Center Impact on Trees
Visitor Center Time Line
Visitor Center Tunnel to Library
Visitors to the Capitol Complex
Waste Recycling Program

Women's Art in the Capitol
Congressional Budget Office

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The Honorable Charles H. Taylor
August 30, 2000
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I shall, of course, be pleased to provide you with any additional information on this matter you may deem desirable.

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I am writing to request your approval to reprogram funding for two projects, the new House page dormitory and the broad walkway crossovers for the inaugural ceremony. Based on a schematic scope, $3,760,000 was provided in the 1999 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act (P. L. 106-31) for the construction of a new House page dormitory. Since that time, the design has been completed and bids have been solicited for construction of the facility. Based on the low bid, an additional $508,000 will be required to complete the facility. I am recommending that the $508,000 be reprogrammed from the "No Year" funds provided in the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1999 (P. L. 105-275) for the replacement of the roof on the Longworth House Office Building. The roof replacement project is approximately 32% complete, proceeding will and sufficient savings are projected to fund the proposed reprogramming.

The second item that I am requesting reprogramming for is the construction of the broad walkway crossovers for the inaugural ceremony. These crossovers provide access to the West Front lawn areas over the Olmsted walls from both the Maryland Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue walkways as well as from First Street. A reprogramming of$111,000 from annual funds provided in the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2000 (P. L. 10657) is requested for this project. Savings have been identified in personal services and other

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