Sunbury Furniture Store Helps Governor Shapiro Update Mansion

SUNBURY – Moyer’s Furniture in Sunbury played a big part of an update at the Governor’s Mansion in Harrisburg. The Tribune News Service is reporting… several armchairs, a matching table, an accept table and two wing chairs, along with some other items, were purchased for the Governor’s home.

 

Governor Shapiro refurnished parts of the 28,600-square-foot mansion overlooking the Susquehanna River where the governor and the first family live. Gov. Shapiro spent more than $92,000 in public funds to update the decor, replace appliances, and acquire new dishware and kitchen items for the mansion, according to receipts obtained through a public records request.

 

Inside the home, there are eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and nine half bathrooms, according to the Dauphin County Assessor’s website. There’s also a reception room, a family dining room and various meeting rooms on the first floor.

 

More purchases by Shapiro, such as $1,800 for an unspecified number of new toilets from R.F. Fager Co. and $35,000 at Reading-based food equipment supplier Singer Equipment Co. on kitchen tools, suggest an extensive upgrade to the mansion. More at www.triblive.com.

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