Lawrence Co. code of ethics calls for a SEVEN member ethics commission, Lawrence County has four… left
A recent report from state auditor Mike Harmon cited five ‘findings’, three that Harmon said should be referred to the Lawrence County Ethics Board. But that board has not met for several years according to one member who says he wants his name off and he never attended a meeting.
Former member Todd Moran from the state highway department said his term ran out in 2022 and he wants his name off the list.
“…Good afternoon Mark, I wanted to let ya know I was listed as a member on Lawrence county ethics board, My term expired 6-2022 and have not ( and will not) lol be reappointed, ” Moran said in an email. He also said the board has not met since he has been a member. “I have never been to a meeting nor notified of one.”
The Lazer asked for and received (after four months of pleadings), a list of the boards and commissions and their members. Those can be seen HERE
Lawrence County, Ky. Ethics Board
The ethics committee has a code of ethics to go by that was posted 25 years ago and is still in place.
The code of ethics calls for a SEVEN member ethics commission and spells out how they are to be selected. You can read the county’s code of ethics by clicking below.