SALT LAKE CITY -- A developer who is a former Utah Transit Authority board member made millions on the sale of land that was eventually chosen as the site of a future commuter rail station, although officials say they've found no evidence of wrongdoing.
Legislative auditor notes from 2010 reveal that Terry Diehl sold property in Draper, Utah, to another developer while it was being considered as a location for a FrontRunner stop.
The notes were from officials who interviewed Diehl as part of an audit. They were obtained by KSL-TV through an open records request.
Diehl disclosed his conflict of interest to fellow board members and didn't participate in decisions about the station's location.
The audit says Diehl didn't violate any laws or influence the site's selection, which auditors say was proper.