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Complaint filed with FAA on money borrowed from airport


Marione Martin

Airport Commission members and the manager listen intently as Alva Interim Business Manager Angelica Brady explains how airport funds were borrowed by the city without their knowledge. From left are Chairman Dale Logsdon, Airport Manager Greg Robison, Commission Member Paul Kinzie and Brady..

A complaint on the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) hotline has compounded money problems for the City of Alva and the Alva Airport Commission. On Monday, Airport Manager Greg Robison received an FAA letter about the complaint concerning borrowed funds as reflected in the audit.

The city's FY 18-19 audit revealed that money had been borrowed from other funds to pay bills for the General Fund. While this was not illegal, it was poor accounting practice not to repay those funds by the end of the fiscal year. However, some of the money was borrowed from restricted accounts including the a...

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