• Salamanca, Anthony Docket No. 503

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, § 3(b) for accepting food, drinks, entertainment and overnight hotel accommodations from a private company.
  • Sandonato, Francis Docket No. 506

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, § 3(b) for accepting food, drinks, entertainment and overnight hotel accommodations from a private company.
  • Scaccia, Angelo M. Docket No. 529

    Ethics Commission Decision and Order fining State Representative Angelo Scaccia $3,000 for accepting gratuities from lobbyists with interests in legislative business.
  • Scott, John F. Docket No. 08-0018

    Property developer, John F. Scott, found to have violated G. L. c. 268A, section 3(a) by offering something of substantial value to a municipal employee for or because of official acts performed or to be performed by him.
  • Shay, John Docket No. 445

    A school committee member found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) by receiving a "free" paint job of his apartment by a school department employee.
  • Smith, Charles Public Education Letter

    A mayor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 by accepting free travel from a private company that the city subsequently entered into a contract with.
  • Spencer, Manuel F. Docket No. 262

    Sewer Inspector with the Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, sections 23(par 2)(2) and (3) in connection with the installation of a new sewer main.
  • St. Germain, Matthew Docket No. 687

    Berkley septic installer paid two Board of Health members $100 each for signing certificate of compliance, violated sections 2& 3.
  • Stamps, Leon Docket No. 412

    Former Boston City Auditor Leon Stamps fined $1,500 after attending business conferences that included substantial "frills."

  • Stanton, William J. Docket No. 440

    A former employee of the speaker of the house found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 2 and section 3 by accepting a bribe and several gifts from individuals with whom he had official dealings.
  • State St. Bank & Trust Co. Docket No. 413

    A bank found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 by paying for meals, accommodations and entertainment expenses for a former city auditor during at an out-of-state conference.
  • Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. Docket No. 411

    Boston-based engineering firm Stone & Webster fined $2,000 for hosting educational seminars for public officials that involved substantial "frills." 

  • Tilcon Massachusetts, Inc. Docket No. 410

    A private business found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(a) for paving the private driveway of a former highway surveyor and charging him a discounted "town rate" for the work.
  • Municipal Treasurers Public Education Letter

    Five municipal treasurers found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 when the bank paid for and the treasurers accepted lunches, dinners, theater tickets and golfing expenses.
  • Traylor, George Docket No. 534

    A registered legislative agent found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(a) for giving state legislators entertainment worth $50 or more, which each such legislator had taken or was in a position to take official action on proposed legislation that affected the financial interests of one of his clients.
  • Trodella, Vito Docket No. 382

    Vito Trodella, a member of the Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine, fined $500 for requesting and receiving free season passes and premium parking to the Suffolk Downs Racetrack, which employs veterinarians licensed by the board.

  • US Trust Public Education Letter

    A Boston bank found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 when the bank paid for and the treasurers accepted lunches, dinners, theater tickets and golfing expenses.
  • Wallen, Frank Docket No. 246 and Cardelli, John Docket No. 247

    Commissioner of the Brockton Department of Public Works was found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 23 by accepting $8,500 from Charm Construction Company owner John Cardelli at a time when Charm had contracts and other business dealings with the DPW.
  • Walsh, Thomas P. Docket 491

    A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) and section 23(b)(3) for accepting gratuities and a dinner for himself and his wife from lobbyists.
  • Walsh, Michael P. Docket No. 509

    A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, § 3(b) for accepting gratuities from lobbyists.
  • Ward, George Docket No. 507

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, § 3(b) for accepting food, drinks, entertainment and overnight hotel accommodations from a private company.
  • Wilson, Laval, Public Education Letter 90-1

    The Commission finds reasonable cause indicating Boston Public Schools Superintendent Laval Wilson accepted a trip to Orlando, Florida, which was paid for by a vendor doing business with the school district. 

  • Woodward Spring Shop Public Enforcement Letter 90-4

    A former Quincy business may have violated the conflict of interest law by paying for two Holbrook public employees' travel to Florida, where they inspected a fire truck for the town.