- Associated Press - Monday, April 20, 2015

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Temporary office space has been obtained in Cheyenne for most state offices and agencies that must be relocated during the renovation of the state Capitol and the adjacent Herschler Building.

The State Capitol will be vacated during the construction.

However, not all state employees will leave the Herschler Building, which will undergo a phased construction schedule.

With a few exceptions, most of the initial moves to interim spaces will occur this summer.

The Wyoming Legislature and the Legislative Service Office will moved to the Jonah Business Center east of downtown Cheyenne.

The Governor’s Office will be in the former Idelman Mansion across the street from the Capitol.

The Wyoming Secretary of State’s, Treasurer’s and Auditor’s offices will be located a few blocks away in the US Bank Building.

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