Debra Hoskins resigned last year from the EKU Arts Center after the EKU officials tried to fire her. The center is governed by a community board, including members of Madison County Fiscal Court, EKU represantives, and representatives from cities of Berea and Richmond. Documents regarding the situation had been withheld because of a confidentially agreement between Hoskins and EKU, though they have now been released. Those documents discuss separation of Hoskins and EKU, delegating her to receive $76,591.04, (which includes 6 months’ salary and vacation pay.) The reports detail several concerns at the center under Hoskins direction. Some of those are overpaid and underpaid artist, weakness in system of cash handling, falsified invoices regarding production companies to decrease amount owed from the center, distribution of almost 7,000 complimentary tickets valued at $389,039 and problems involving a fundraising program where records show only 29 of 74 engraved plates were paid for.