MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The main agency for veterans affairs in Wisconsin is moving offices.
The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs is relocating its headquarters on Mifflin Street by the state Capitol to the Tommy G. Thompson Building less than a mile away. The department will occupy sections of the third and fourth floors beginning Saturday.
According to the department, services to veterans and the public will not by interrupted by the move. The agency’s website and phone listings will also be the same.
Staff at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum will stay at its location by the Capitol.