An architectural firm will present three suggestions on what to do with the largely abandoned state office complex in Waterbury, which was inundated by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene.
About 1,500 state workers were displaced from the complex after the Winooski River swept through in the Aug. 28 storm.
Gov. Peter Shumlin said he hopes to move some state workers to Barre, others to Montpelier, and is hoping the flooded state office complex in Waterbury can be refurbished.
The Burlington-based firm Freeman French Freeman is expected to discuss three proposals with legislators today.