Denver auditor criticizes cost over-runs on airport construction project


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DENVER -- The city's auditor is slamming cost over-runs at the Denver airport hotel construction project. He's promising an investigation.

Airport leaders Thursday admitted the project's price tag could rise from $500 million to nearly $600 million.

Meanwhile, the airport manager says cost over-runs due to rising costs of construction are well-within DIA's budget and will not come out of the pockets of taxpayers.

Boris Sanchez has more information in his video report above.

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