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    GALLERY: Capitol St. - Contributed image | of | Share this photo

    A developer plans to tear down the existing Maine Public Employees Retirement System building at the northwest corner of Capitol and Sewall streets in Augusta and replace it with a parking lot for an office building it plans to build on the site of the former Maine Department of Transportation maintenance operations buildings. Farther up the street, at left, a second state office building is planned.

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    GALLERY: Capitol St. - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    The Maine Public Employees Retirement System building in Augusta, left, and the former Department of Transportation building in background, shown Wednesday, would be torn down and replaced by a new building and parking lots for state workers under a developer's new proposal.

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    GALLERY: Capitol St. - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    The Maine Public Employees Retirement System building in Augusta, at right behind trees, and the former Department of Transportation building in background, shown Wednesday, both would be removed if a private developer's plan to build new state office space is approved.

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    GALLERY: Capitol St. - Staff file photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    A March 27, 2014, aerial view shows the Department of Transportation complex, top, and Maine Public Employees Retirement System building, at center, located near the State House in Augusta. A developer hopes to clear both properties to make way for new office buildings and parking.

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