Monday, September 7, 2009

Ever since the New York City Charter was revised in 1989, public officials have been warned about trying to parlay their official positions into personal gain. And the powerful, if largely anonymous, body that keeps those officials in line, using the threat of hefty fines and even job termination, is the city’s Conflicts of Interest Board.

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City Board Set Up to Monitor Ethics May Have Conflicts of Its Own

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