JUL 13, 2022
Ald. Michele Smith (43), left, is working to push her proposed ethics package through the City Council this month. [Don Vincent/The Daily Line]
A tweaked version of a proposal to update the city’s ethics code for the first time in nearly three years could go to the City Council for a vote this month if a key committee gives the measure an OK this week.
The City Council Committee on Ethics and Government Oversight is scheduled to consider a reworked version of the proposal (O2022-1100) from the city’s Board of Ethics and by Ald. Michele Smith (43), who chairs the committee, to update city ethics rules for the first time since December 2019. But Smith’s office told The Daily Line on Tuesday that the alderman willgavel in Wednesday’s meeting and immediately recess until Friday, when a rescheduled vote on the overhaul is expected.
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