• Giannino, Anthony, Docket No. 07-0038

    Revere Drain Department Foreman Anthony Giannino fined $8,000 for performing private water and sewer work in the city and for paying bribes to Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund General Manager Joseph Maglione to secure permits to do the work.
  • Gilmetti, Fred L., Docket No. 559

    Whitman Planning Board member Fred Gilmetti fined $1,000 for representing his company, F.L.G. Builders, Inc., before the Planning Board.
  • Giuliano, Patti, Docket No. 633

    A member of the board of chiropractors found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 4c by discussing a complaint involving her husband, a practicing chiropractor, with an investigator and with fellow board members.
  • Gnazzo, Jerold, Docket No. 536

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 4c by making inquiries into an investigation of a private company headed by his wife. The conflict law prohibits a state employee from acting as agent for a private party in connection with a particular matter in which the Commonwealth has a direct and substantial interest.
  • In the Matter of Ruvane E. Grossman, Docket No. 723

    UMass Medical School Consultant Ruvane Grossman paid $10,000 civil penalty for having a consulting relationship with a company in connection with an intellectual property contract involving UMass Medical School, in violation of sections 4 and 6.
  • Halle, Leon, Docket No. 659

    The Commission issued a Disposition Agreement in which New Bedford Building Department Project Manager Leon Halle admitted violating the state's conflict of interest law and paid a fine of $2,000 and a civil forfeiture of $350. According to the Agreement, Halle violated G.L. c. 268A, section 17(a) by receiving compensation from a private developer in relation to plans that were submitted as part of the developer;s building permit applications.
  • Hewitson, Walter, PEL 98-1

    Bridgewater Conservation Commission member Walter Hewitson cited for accepting compensation and/or representing private clients before town boards in matters in which he knew would likely come before the Conservation Commission.
  • Johnson, Walter, PEL 87-4

    A selectman and a private hospital found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 17 and section 18 by acting as the hospital's liaison with town boards and officials while serving as selectman.
  • Karlson, Kenneth, Docket No. 27

    Former Rockland Conservation Commission member fined $2,000 for receiving private compensation in a matter that had been under review by the Conservation Commission.
  • King, John P. Docket No. 379

    Former Wareham Planning Board Chairman John P. King fined $750 for violating the conflict of interest law by representing a private developer before his own board, after creating a site plan for the developer.  

  • Kuendig, Herbert, Docket No. 553

    Scituate Planning Board member Herbert Kuending was fined $1,000 for representing a private client in a matter before the Planning Board.
  • Lanzetta, Scott, Docket No., 09-0012 (Disposition Agreement)

    While serving as a member of the Milford Board of Sewer Commissioners, Lanzetta received between $1,000 and $5,000 per job for 17 Milford sewer projects. Lanzetta admitted that he had repeatedly violated section 17(a) of the conflict of interest law by receiving compensation for sewer connection work he had performed in his private capacity.
  • Lanzetta, Scott, Docket No., 09-0012 (Order)

    While serving as a member of the Milford Board of Sewer Commissioners, Lanzetta received between $1,000 and $5,000 per job for 17 Milford sewer projects. Lanzetta admitted that he had repeatedly violated section 17(a) of the conflict of interest law by receiving compensation for sewer connection work he had performed in his private capacity.
  • Logan, Louis L. Docket No. 131

    Certified Public Accountant who provided private accounting services and was also employed by the Mass. Science & Technology Foundation was found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, sections 3(b), 4(a), 23(e) and (f), and G.L. c. 268B, section 7.