Wednesday, authorities were on scene at Q Burke Mountain securing items and changing locks at the administrative offices.
Resort President Ary Quiros would not talk to with WCAX News on camera, but says he's cooperating with what he's calling an oversight team.
Quiros says the activity started around noon Wednesday and he's hopeful the team will get to the bottom of why the hotel and conference center have not been allowed to open.
Q Burke has been plagued with problems where the EB-5 foreign investment program has been under scrutiny.
EB-5 allows foreign investors to obtain visas to live in the United States by investing in economic development projects.
Last month, about 180 people lost their jobs at the mountain, a move tied to a difficult winter season and delays to the new hotel and conference center where contractors are still waiting for about $5 million in back pay.
Gov. Peter Shumlin's spokesperson, Scott Coriell, responded to the activity at Q Burke, saying, "We're aware of the situation in the Northeast Kingdom. This is a coordinated effort. We are unable to comment until relevant information is made public."
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