International Civil Rights Museum founder and chairman emeritus Skip Alston on the museum’s 2014 audit:

“The bottom line is, it’s a clean audit.”

As the N&R says in today’s editorial, “technically that’s true.” Technically. But the museum’s “hand-picked auditor” also points to the museum’s “mounting debt, near-empty cash reserves and record-keeping weaknesses.”

So now it’s up to the embattled Greensboro City Council top decide whether or not this so-called ‘clean audit’ merits the final $250,000 installment of a $1.5 million forgivable loan from Gboro taxpayers, who are pretty much fed up with the whole thing.