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Draft advisory explains how the conflict of interest law applies when public employees use social media
The State Ethics Commission's Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report has been issued and is available online.
Kirk Moschetti, Frank Moschetti, and John Buckley pay civil penalties for violating the conflict of interest law by participating in board decisions on zoning; Commission’s Enforcement Division issues Order to Show Cause against Charles Carroll
Using public resources to support candidates and political campaigns is generally prohibited
Donohue participated in matters relating to business plaza without disclosing personal conflicts with plaza owner
Comtois acted as Selectman concerning proposed donation to town of land he was interested in buying and used his official position to derail donation so he could purchase land himself
Commission found reasonable cause to be believe Hicks violated law by failing to comply with conflict of interest law education and training requirements
Commission finds reasonable cause to believe Early, Travers, McKeon, and Anderson violated law through actions related to altering arrest report involving judge’s daughter
Commission finds reasonable cause to believe Scheetz and Fournier violated conflict of interest law by representing private company marketing software to state agencies in response to audit
Some gifts to public employees may be prohibited.
Commission finds reasonable cause to be believe Atkinson, Jajuga, and Vidler violated conflict of interest law by voting on police contract
Carnevale, as City Treasurer, directed and facilitated sales of tax-delinquent real estate financially benefiting her family and associates
Skorput voted to reappoint himself Fire Chief, decided payments for himself and his daughter, and retaliated against a firefighter
Commission found reasonable cause to believe Beals violated the conflict of interest law