Saturday, January 28, 2012 – 09:00 a.m.

Could the lack of a business license at Million Air San Bernardino LLC derail the state of the county event scheduled for February 29th?

It’s just another embarrassment for the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, and in particular Supervisor Josie Gonzales, who allowed the event to be held at the lavish facility.

Scot Spencer, the licensee who controls the private aircraft refueling facility, hadn’t paid business license fees to the city of San Bernardino in ten months.

That was until last week, when a partial payment was made by company executive T. Milford Harrison.

As of this moment no business license can be issued because additional money is stilled owed to the city.

It’s highly probable the county will come up with some flim-flam excuse to keep its event at Million Air.

It’s also highly probable that Million Air is likely considering whether or not to maintain the San Bernardino franchise, considering all the hassle.

When will it ever end?