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Committee recommends change for Ethics Board
MONROE - Aldermen and other city officials will not be able to serve on the city's Ethics Board under a proposed ordinance revision heading to Monroe's Common Council. The Judiciary and Ordinance Review Committee unanimously recommended the recreated ordinance at its meeting Monday, Feb. 10. The new version states that members of the Ethics Board not be city employees, elected officials, full-time appointed officials or a member currently serving on any other city board, commission or committee.

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