Inauguration decor coordinator Carol Mitchell, left, and Sara Osborne made a banner on the rooftop of the Capitol on Friday. Bob Stewart, executive director for Gov. Steve Beshear's inaugural on Tuesday, said the celebration should cost less than $400,000, about half of the cost for Beshear's first.
Inauguration decor coordinator Carol Mitchell, left, and Sara Osborne made a banner on the rooftop of the Capitol on Friday. Bob Stewart, executive director for Gov. Steve Beshear's inaugural on Tuesday, said the celebration should cost less than $400,000, about half of the cost for Beshear's first. ©2011
Inauguration decor coordinator Carol Mitchell, left, and Sara Osborne made a banner on the rooftop of the Capitol on Friday. Bob Stewart, executive director for Gov. Steve Beshear's inaugural on Tuesday, said the celebration should cost less than $400,000, about half of the cost for Beshear's first. ©2011

Beshear's second inauguration will be more subdued, less costly

December 12, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 13, 2011 08:22 AM

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