Questions are mounting about the Georgia Music Hall of Fame's future in Macon.
Monday morning, Bibb County Commissioner Sam Hart says he's not willing to put up county money to keep the museum here for just one year.
"There's no way in one year that anything would change," says Hart.
Last week, Macon Mayor Robert Reichert also questioned whether it's a good idea to invest city money if a state board may take the museum away next year.
The Georgia Music Hall of Fame authority last Thursday put off a decision on the hall's permanent home for a year.
They said the museum could remain in Macon for a year, if local supporters raise the money.
Council member Tom Ellington says City Council committed a half million dollars over three years, but when it comes to just one year of funding, the dollar amount is still up in the air.
"I think it would be wise to find that funding," he says.