STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
The proper operation of the town government of the Town of Preston requires that public officials, public agents and public employees whether elected or appointed, paid or unpaid, as well as volunteers, shall be independent, impartial and responsible to the people; that public office and employment not be used for personal gain; and that the public has confidence in the integrity of its government.
The original Code of Ethics used by the Preston Ethics Commissionwas approved at a town meeting on October 20th, 2005. Since that time the Code has been revised as the Commission has worked to establish its guidelines and procedures. The Code is in fact a “work in progress”, not a static document, with the most recent revision having been approved on September 16, 2010.
The purpose of this code is to:
- Set forth standards of ethical conduct,
- Establish guidelines for conduct, and;
- Maintain a tradition of responsible and effective public service.
Form A: Request for Advisory Opinion
Form B: Complaint of Conflict of Interest / Ethics Code Violation
|Hank Podraza, Chairman (U)||12/31/2013|
|Sylvia Carver, Vice Chair (U)||12/31/2013|
|Gale Ennis (D)||12/31/2014|
|Jeff Dewey (U)||12/31/2013|
|Mark Busha (R)||12/31/2014|
|Linda Christensen, Investigative (D)||Volunteer|
Preston Ethics Commission meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Preston Public Library Community Room.
Interested in serving on the Ethics Commission? Application to join the Preston Ethics Commission