Gov. Nathan Deal appointed three more members to the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Authority Monday. The board has been at a stalemate on what to do about the future of the Macon museum, which will lose state funding at the end of June. The board’s next vote is set for next week with the three new members.
Macon Sunday released details of its bid to try to keep the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in the middle Georgia city. The state’s Legislature has said it will stop funding both the Music and Sports halls, both of which are in Macon.