The topping-out ceremony for the state’s $127 million justice center to house the two appellate courts has been reset for Tuesday.

The event—traditionally a time to celebrate for a contractor and construction crew—was canceled twice the week before Thanksgiving: first for the funeral of retired Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice P. Harris Hines, who had helped plan the building, then again because of rain and gloom.

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