WCA in need of roof work

February 21, 2013

Walhalla Civic Auditorium hopes an Oconee County Accommodations Tax grant is the answer to its roof problems. The roofs over the stage, the auditorium, and the Green Room are all in need, according to Bill Chiusano, auditorium business manager. WCA today formally requested of the A-TAX board $30 thousand. The A-TAX board will vote next week on all requests for funds from the current cycle. Phil Shirley, executive director of the Oconee Parks, Recreation and Tourism, said of the WCA’s request, the auditorium is eligible for $9,975.

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