A new, laminated Sacramento County table is slated to replace the historic laminate that has sat on the corner of Fourth Street and Olive Street for decades.
The county is in the midst of a historic reconstruction project, which has cost nearly $5 million.
The project will involve repairing and rehabbing a number of the county’s historic buildings, including a statue of the late Sen. J.B. Jennings.
The statue will be removed and replaced with a new one.
The project is a major milestone for the county.
A few weeks ago, a new building was completed at the corner where Jennings was shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies in 1967.
It was completed in September and the county has been working to finish the work to install the new structure.
In this Sept. 11, 2018 photo, a replica of the original laminate sits on the sidewalk of the old downtown Sacramento Municipal Building, where it was installed in June, 2019, as part of the restoration of historic buildings in Sacramento.
The new laminate will be installed on the exterior of the building.
The original laminated structure was replaced in the late 1960s.
(AP Photo/Linda Davidson)A replica of Jennings’ statue sits on a laminate at the Sacramento Municipal Center.
The new structure will be mounted on the interior of the Sacramento City Hall building, where the city hall is located.
The work will take about two months, county officials said.
It will be completed on the west side of the city, next to the Sacramento County Courthouse.
The interior of downtown Sacramento is in need of repair.
The county also plans to rebuild the Sacramento Palace Hotel.
It is a historic building and is slated for replacement in 2019.
The city is also looking to install new signage and other improvements to the building in 2019, the county said.