Greensboro civil rights museum still coy about finances

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The International Civil Rights Center & Museum could soon get the final $250,000 of a forgivable loan from Greensboro taxpayers.

On Tuesday, city spokesman Donnie Turlington said the museum has turned in its 2014 audit, a condition for getting the money.

Turlington said city auditors are reviewing the audit, which includes the museum’s cash flow through December.

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