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County officials will soon unveil a 14-page ethics ordinance that could replace an older, vaguer one.
The proposed ordinance strengthens and clarifies the county’s existing policies, which were adopted in 1995. It also establishes policies for officials to avoid conflicts of interest.
“It’s a much more updated ordinance than we’ve had before,” said magistrate David Henry, who helped draft the proposed codes.
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