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The Georgia Building Authority provides a clean, comfortable, and safe environment on Capitol Hill.
First Lady and Governor Kemp hosted their first State Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony
The Georgia Building Authority will hold a called meeting on Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. in the State Capitol Room, 107.
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Atlanta, GA - (December 3, 2019) Governor and First Lady Kemp hosted their first State Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony as Governor and First Lady of Georgia at 1 p.m. in the North Wing of the Capitol. Georgia Building Authority’s Executive Director Marty Smith, nationally syndicated talk show host Clark Howard, and even Santa and Mrs. Claus joined them in celebrating and listening to the Grammy Award Winning Atlanta Boy Choir.
On October 24, 2019, Governor and First Lady Kemp, along with the Georgia Council for the Arts, announced the recipients of the eighth annual Governor's Awards for the Arts and Humanities. Yearly, the Georgia Building Authority assists the Georgia Council for the Arts in planning this event at the State Capitol. The State Capitol exemplifies a beacon throughout history, housing artwork from generation to generation. Inventive Georgians from across the State come to Capitol Hill every year, showcasing their work and talent, and the Georgia Building Authority is privileged to provide a venue for their artwork to be admired.
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