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Ethics Board closes case of alleged violation
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MONROE - The City of Monroe Ethics Board voted unanimously Thursday, June 20, to take no further action and closed the case of a department head's complaint that an alderman allegedly violating the city's Code of Ethics for City Officials and Employees. The board met May 1 to review the statements of Tammy Derrickson, director of the Behring Senior Center, and Michael Boyce, alderman for Ward 3, regarding a meeting the two had the morning of April 23. The board reconvened Thursday to hear sworn, oral testimonies and to gather more information via direct questioning.