TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Governor Kathleen Sebelius has been moved
into temporary quarters in the Statehouse.
It's a signal that the next phase of the building's massive renovation is about to begin.
The governor's office is in the second floor of the south wing. And the south wing is the next part of the building to be restored and repaired in the 11-year project, which began in 2001.
Statehouse Architect Barry Greis says the south wing will be closed off at the end of this month. So the governor's office has moved to the north wing.
Sebelius spokeswoman Nicole Corcoran says the governor hasn't seen the new digs. She took a personal day Wednesday after
completing a trade mission to England.