Transportation Museum lays off one third of its staff
SPENCER — Due to a revenue shortfall, the N.C. Transportation Museum in Spencer will eliminate five full-time positions Jan. 1, almost one-third of its staff.
The state cut the museum’s $1.2 million funding in half this summer and will give no funding to the facility next year. The museum has started charging a $10 admission, but revenues have been less than expected.
Read more details in Friday’s Post.
Contact reporter Emily Ford at 704-797-4264.
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