GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Despite an ongoing FBI investigation, an internal investigation into airport operations and the resignation of board member Denny Granum, for the most part, the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority's Thursday night meeting was business as usual.
The special litigation committee doing the internal investigation did however provide an update on its findings so far.
They say they want to proceed as quickly as possible and have several more avenues to pursue.
They also say their next step is to hire an outside group to conduct forensic accounting to ensure money is going where it's supposed to.
"I think we've determined initially that we have some confidence we know where everything is at and are a little relieved at that," says board member, Rick Wagner. "But I think encumbent upon us to be able to prove that, it's one thing to say it, it's another thing to prove it."
The committee also said several interviews had been done during the investigation... Those interviews along with other digging have produced evidence which they've given to the f-b-i.
If approved by the board the committee will continue its investigations. But first, officials say they must determine the cost of continuing, and how long it will take.