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First Published      Last Updated Sep 29 2014 07:50 am

Courtesy | University of Utah An architectural rendering of the George Thomas Building's $75 million renovation. The Utah Legislature this year set aside $1 million in public money for future upkeep on the incoming Crocker Science Center. But that allotment may be more than necessary, according to a legislative audit released Tuesday. Construction on the new center is expected to begin by the end of the year.
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