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Radcliff to review ethics ordinance

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20-page policy developed by Kentucky League of Cities

By Marty Finley

Radcliff again is discussing the option of creating its own ethics board.\

Councilman Stan Holmes presented a draft ethics ordinance to Radcliff City Council Monday afternoon closely shadowing Hardin County’s ethics ordinance, to which the city adheres. The key difference is the establishment of a five-member ethics board to evaluate ethical dilemmas and complaints that surface.

City officials received the ordinance Monday and said they would review it and revisit it at the council’s March 11 work session.


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