City of Greensboro Gets More Answers From Civil Rights Museum

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- On Tuesday afternoon, the city of Greensboro said the International Civil Rights Center and Museum has provided answers to questions posed by the city in a February 24 memo.

According to a news release, Greensboro City Manager Jim Westmoreland and members of the city's leadership staff reviewed the museum's responses and posed a "Part 2" set of questions seeking further clarification and information.

A full inquiry and investigation started after WFMY News 2 first reported that museum officials missed two audit deadlines that were required by the city, in order for them to receive grant money. It was later discovered that former city Manager Denise Turner Roth had already awarded $750,000 to the museum, even though the audits hadn't been received.

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