Expired elevator permits at Mesa’s G Building and Student Services Center
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Two elevator permits have been expired since June 2019 in Mesa’s Humanities and Multicultural Studies Building (G Building) and Student Services Center (I-400), respectively, as confirmed by the State of California Department of Industrial Relations. Both permits say the last date of inspection...

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