Sunday, November 15, 2009

Local Ethics Board?

During his 2007 campaign for office, Committeeman Howard Popper promised to establish a Local Ethics Board. While I personally saw no need for yet another level of government morass, a certain Republican operative went to great lengths to validate and push Popper's idea, including the publishing of opinions from other municipalities that have gone down this road.

Well it's been close to two years and like most Popper's campaign promises, NOTHING has been done. Unlike "Lower Taxes Now", this one could have been achieved. But it required commitment and work, which explains why Popper hasn't done anything.

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