The remaining $119,000 cut involves the museums, forcing the layoffs and reduced hours. Schedler expects the cut to be carried over into next year, when the state has even deeper budget problems.Sounds like there's about to be a shitload of bake sales.
Local communities trying to keep the museums open are being encouraged to offer ideas.
“Anyone or any group that has a specific interest in assisting our museums or outreach efforts in any way should step forward now,” Schedler said.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Sec of State's office is laying off 24 people and cutting back hours at several state museums.