Crocker Catch-22: Museum Needs Donors To Die To Pay The Bills
The museum owes the city of Sacramento $10 million stemming from the 2009 Crocker expansion loan. It's not that director Lial Jones has no money now. She's secured $10 million in estate gifts from donors who are still alive, meaning the museum can't collect from their estate yet.
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