Board of ethics
The purpose of the Board of Ethics is to issue advisory opinions on ethical issues arising under the Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics; to hear inquires or complaints; and to issue finding and recommendations regarding alleged violations of the Code. View the Board of Ethics Handout (PDF).
At A Glance
|Established by||Ordinance O-2014-0039 (PDF)|
|Number on Board||Five at large board members|
|Length of Term||3 Years|
|Regular Meeting Time||Quarterly on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 3:00 PM|
|Regular Meeting Location||City Hall, City Manager’s Conference Room|
|Katherine Burgess, Chair||Feb. 2020||Jan. 2023||3|
|Roger Haar||March 2018||Jan. 2021||2|
|Gail Harris||March 2018||Jan. 2021||1|
|Laurie Meininger||March 2018||Jan. 2021||1|
|David Smith||Feb. 2020||Jan. 2023||1|
|Amber Blake, Interim City Manager||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Dirk Nelson, City Attorney||N/A||N/A||N/A|
All members are appointed by the City Council. Membership consists of five (5) at large community members who are appointed by a majority vote of City Council. Council will appoint a minimum of three city residents to serve on the Board. In selecting and appointing the other two members, City Council may appoint non-city residents. Where possible, priority shall be given to city residents. Appointees shall have expertise in ethics acquired through education or experience.