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The distinctive inverted-pyramid City Hall in Tempe, Ariz., is seen Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Current and former Tempe officials say they treasure the inverted pyramid-shaped building that's served as the city hall for nearly 50 years and regarded as an eye-catching landmark in the Phoenix suburb, but that it's time for major renovations to redesign interior spaces and upgrade its communications system and other fittings. Tempe plans a four-stage fixup project that would be handled in four phases over the next decade at a cost of about $10 million. (Kris Baxter-Ging/City of Tempe via AP)

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Tempe plans interior renovations for eye-catching City Hall

TEMPE — Tempe treasures the inverted pyramid-shaped building that's served as City Hall for nearly 50 years and is regarded as an eye-catching landmark in the Phoenix suburb.