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Civil rights museum turns over audit to city as condition of getting final loan payment


GREENSBORO, North Carolina — Greensboro city auditors are reviewing financial details from the International Civil Rights Center & Museum to determine the facility's eligibility for the final $250,000 of a forgivable loan from taxpayers.

City spokesman Donnie Turlington tells the News & Record of Greensboro (http://bit.ly/1HvnqTb) the museum turned over its 2014 audit Tuesday. That was a condition for getting the money.

The audit includes the city's cash flow through December.

But the public doesn't know details of the museum's recent financial health, including how much money has been raised to pay previous loan installments that total $1.25 million.

The chairwoman of the museum's board says several major announcements are coming in the next several weeks involving programming, new exhibits, fundraising and a strategic plan for the center's continued operation.

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