Time For The Lt. Governor's Residence To Be Sold?

A top state Senate Republican says the official residence of the Lt. Governor should be sold. State Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati says he's drafting legislation to sell the 24-hundred square foot house, located at Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County. It has served as the official residence of Pennsylvania's Lt. Governor since 1969, according to the Dept. of General Services. It was last used by Mike Stack, who was defeated for re-election last year by current Lt. Governor John Fetterman. He has opted not to the use the residence, and instead lives in an apartment closer to the Capitol. Fetterman says the National Guard has expressed an interest in the three-story house.