Hawaii County Board of Ethics Agenda for Next Week Wednesday

Here is the .pdf file to the Board of Ethics meeting that will be held next Wednesday, July 8th at 10:00 am.

4. COMMUNICATIONS:

a. Communication No. 2009-33: The High Road publication of the Hawai‘i State Ethics Commission, June 2009 issue.

b. Communication No. 2009-34:  Letter of complaint dated 6/18/09 regarding a County officer or employee’s actions at the 6/16/09 Council meeting; and Communication No. 2009-37: response letter to the complaining party from the Board’s secretary dated 6/30/09.

c. Draft Informal Advisory Opinion regarding Petition No. 2009-2 (petition was heard at the Board’s 6/10/09 meeting and was regarding the allegation that a County officer or employee violated Section 2-83 of the Ethics Code (fair treatment) by stating to a newspaper reporter that the petitioner was “whacky.”)

d. Draft Informal Advisory Opinion regarding Petition No. 2009-3 (petition was heard at the Board’s 6/10/09 meeting and was regarding the allegation that a County officer or employee violated Section 2-84 of the Ethics Code (conflicts of interest) by rendering a legal opinion to the Police Department to take no action on a criminal complaint filed against him.)

e. Draft Informal Advisory Opinion regarding Petition No. 2009-4 (petition was heard at the Board’s 6/10/09 meeting and was regarding the allegation that a County officer or employee violated Section 2-84 of the Ethics Code (conflicts of interest) by rendering legal opinions to the Board of Ethics on April 8, 2009.)

f. Communication No. 2009-36: Letter to the Board and the Office of Information Practices dated 6/24/09 from Dan A. Cole, requesting various government records related to the Board’s June 10, 2009, meeting.

g. Communication No. 2009-38: Letter from Sabriena M. Gibbs requesting records regarding a 2003 Board of Ethics petition involving Kama‘aina Pumping.

h. Communication No. 2009-39: Memo to the Board from the County Clerk dated 6/30/09, requesting clarification of the County’s lobbyist registration requirements.

5. NEW BUSINESS
a. Review of Gift Disclosure Statements received from Councilmembers Brenda Ford, Peter Hoffmann, Donald Ikeda, Emily Naeole, and Dennis Onishi.

6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
a. Ongoing discussion on the Sunshine Law.

Full Document here

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