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Radcliff rejects creation of ethics board

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Opponents argued commission could introduce bias

By Marty Finley

After a debate that occasionally turned hostile, Radcliff City Council on Monday afternoon resolved to forgo creating its own ethics commission.

The council resumed a debate left open-ended last month after Councilman Stan Holmes asked its members to consider approving a new ethics ordinance. Holmes said such action would show residents how committed the city is to transparency and personal accountability.

He returned to the theme Monday, arguing the city should be willing to hold itself to a “higher level” and govern itself should ethics charges arise.


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