TULSA - Tulsa County commissioners met Monday with directors for the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame to discuss a plan of action regarding the hall's overdue bills.
The Jazz Hall is about $60,000 in debt and was facing eviction if it couldn't pay.
On Friday, however, directors announced they will be able to make payments, thanks to nearly 100 donors from across the nation who helped raise around $75,000.
Officials with the Jazz Hall say they've already started paying bills.
Commissions opted to take no action against the Jazz Hall and will instead wait and see if the debt can be paid down and eviction can be avoided.
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