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Re: GPAC ‘cultural trust’

Latest on proposed downtown Greensboro performing arts center: City will own it, highest-paid city employee Matt Brown and his coliseum staff will manage it, but a ‘cultural arts trust’ will be formed to operate it.

So 21st century, says Community Foundation president Walker Sanders. Don’t know who they think they’re fooling, because another layer of bureaucracy involving the in-crowd in this city isn’t going to ease cynicism (to say the least) over this project.

One Response to “Re: GPAC ‘cultural trust’”

  • Nov
    27
    2012

    Trust fund is the way to hide the money from the taxpayers like we see in just how much is mayors campaign manager is actually getting paid, pathetic

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