BY KIMBERLY PIERCEALL
STAFF WRITER
kpierceall@pe.com

Published: 06 October 2011 04:52 PM

The public agency overseeing San Bernardino International Airport will review all of its agreements with the airport’s developer Scot Spencer at its Oct. 12 meeting during closed session and discuss whether to terminate parts of those agreements, said Tim Sabo, legal counsel for the San Bernardino International Airport Authority and the related Inland Valley Development Agency.

Spencer is a convicted felon who was awarded two no-bid agreements to develop most of the commercial airport in 2007 and is now a focus of a federal investigation into his activities there. Spencer has several agreements with the airport in addition to the construction contracts for a passenger terminal and general aviation hub.

By terminating the aspects of the agreement that put Spencer in charge of overseeing construction, the airport authority could assume that role in order to pay contractors more quickly, Sabo said at the first meeting of the Airport Operations and Performance Compliance committee Thursday afternoon

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