Salisbury Ethics Commission Releases Opinion on Council Conflict

SALISBURY, MD – On April 2nd the Salisbury Ethics Commission issued its formal opinion on a claim of conflict of interest brought by former council president Mike Dunn.  While the Daily Times had reported earlier on the commission’s preliminary, verbal ruling.  The written ruling, however, emphasizes that there was no violation of the city’s ethics code in any form and that Dunn’s claim was subjective at best.  In other words, there was no basis for Dunn’s claim.

To view the written opinion, GO HERE.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    If anybody would know about not passing a smell test, it would be Mike Dunn. It’s been five years since he left city council and the stink he left behind still permeates.

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