Audit Finds Missing Documents in Va. Town's Housing Initiative

January 13, 2011

A recent audit of a Saltville housing initiative found missing documents and questionable signatures related to construction payments.

The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development conducted the audit, which was obtained by The Bristol Herald Courier. The newspaper reported the findings Thursday.

According to the audit, there was no documentation or questionable signatures for $120,956 worth of construction payments for the project.

The Mount Rogers Planning District Commission is the project's administrative overseer. Mount Rogers Executive Director Dave Barrett told the newspaper he doesn't know why so many signatures are missing. But he says the missing documents have since been found.


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