• Mater, Gary Docket No. 388

    Former Hubbardston Board of Health member fined $5,000 for violating the conflict of interest law, by receiving payments for inspections he performed in the name of the board's agent. 

  • McLean, William G. Docket No. 143

    Member of the Woburn Golf and Ski Authority and Director and Officer of the Woburn Golf and Social Club was found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, sections 19, 20 and 23(a).
  • McMann, Norman, Docket No. 332

    Bristol-Plymouth Regional School Committee member Norman McMann violated G.L. c. 268A, section 20 by voting to approve payment of a school warrant that included payments to a company that he was half-owner.
  • Molloy, Francis J., Docket No. 263

    In an Agreement between the Commission and a former town councillor, the latter admitted he violated section 20 of G.L. c. 268A and agreed to pay a $250 civil penalty. According to the Agreement, the town councillor violated the law by having a prohibited financial interest in a contract to serve as a firefighter for the same town. The enforcement action was brought and a penalty assessed because the town councillor ignored a formal advisory opinion issued to him a year earlier advising him that he could not hold both positions.
  • Nichols, Robert Docket No. 15-0001

    The Commission issued a Final Order on Summary Decision and Civil Penalty concluding the adjudicatory proceeding involving Robert Nichols, a former member of the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Blandford.  The Commission entered Summary Decision for the Petitioner Enforcement Division and ordered Nichols to pay a $12,500 civil penalty for violating sections 19, 20 and 23(b)(2)(ii) of the conflict of interest law. 

  • O'Neil, Matthew J., Docket No. 650

    Boston Redevelopment Authority Chief of Staff Matthew O'Neil violated section 20 by purchasing a condo unit that required BRA contracts due to a deed restriction.
  • Pathiakis, Paul Docket No. 673

    Upton Tech Committee member violated sections 19 & 20 by having a financial interest after being involved in updating town equipment.
  • Picano, Louis, Docket No., 10-0016

    The Commission determined that Lynn Board of Health Inspector Louis Picano repeatedly violated the conflict of interest law, G.L. c. 268A, sections 20 and 23(b)(3) by also performing constable duties as an appointed city constable.
  • Plante, Curtis, Docket No. 10-0015

    Bolton Board of Selectmen member, Curtis Plante, fined $10,000 for violating G.L. c. 268A, sections17(a), 17(c) and 20.
  • Riley, Michael, Docket No. 330

    A city employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 20 by holding two paid municipal positions.