More questions emerged Wednesday about Grammy-winning trumpeter Irvin Mayfield's use of public library donations, the day after a WWL-TV investigation exposed huge payments from one Mayfield-run entity to another.

On Tuesday, the station reported that Mayfield and his employee, Ronald Markham, had used positions on the New Orleans Public Library Foundation board to send about $863,000 to a jazz orchestra that Mayfield founded and that pays six-figure salaries to both Mayfield and Markham.

The money helped build the $10 million New Orleans Jazz Market that just opened in Central City. The jazz market project also received $1.1 million in taxpayer money from the State Legislature in 2013.

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