On Tuesday, I wrote about the Iowa Genealogical Society's difficulties in obtaining a $600,000 interest-free loan from the Polk County (Iowa) supervisors. You can read that article here. Now the county supervisors have decided to delay the decision.
Apparently, this is an indefinite delay, meaning the loan will not be made any time soon. As Supervisor Angela Connolly wondered aloud, what "can of worms are we opening here?"
You can read more about the latest decision in the Des Moines Register's editorial web page.