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NOTICE OF POTENTIAL VIOLATIONS
 

2014- Violation of AMC 1.15.
2013-1 Violation of AMC 1.15.030.E - Substancial financial interest. Dismissed
2013-2

Violation of AMC 1.15.025.I.1.b. -

Departments, boards, commissions, agencies, authorities, public corporations, or other administrative divisions of municipal government shall not:

Expend municipal funds for paid advertisement which advocates or promotes a particiular position, or solicits members of the public to advocate or promote a particular position, on legislation or other action pending before the municipal assembly, the school board, or other elected body of the municipality.

Dismissed
2013-3 Violation of AMC 1.15.025.I. - Political activity Dismissed
2013-4

Violation of AMC 1.15.035C - Disclosure to the elected body and AMC 1.15.035D - Determining if a financial or private interest is substantial.

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2013-5

Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A.7. -

Divert or permit the diversion of municipal personnel time, municipal services, vehicles, equipment, materials or other property for a purpose unrelated to municipal business. Occasional use of municipal resources, employee participation in community service events, and employee charitable fundraising are not prohibited by this subsection and are outside the jurisdiction of the ethics board if duly authorized by the assembly or in writing by the mayor or the mayor's designee.

and, AMC 1.15.035.M.4. -

Authorize that money held by the municipality be used to influence the outcome of an election, except as permitted by state law under AS 15.13.145.

Dismissed
2012-1 Violation of AMC 1.15.030.E. - Substancial financial interest Dismissed
2012-2       Violation of AMC 1.15.035.C. - Disclosure to the elected body Dismissed
2012-3 Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A.6. and AMC 1.15.025.B. - Prohibited conduct and Additional provisions for municipal employees Dismissed

2011-1

Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A.6. -

These actions are in conflict with the public interest and therefore no person included within the scope of this chapter shall:

Use the person's municipal position to the personal advantage of another.

Dismissed

2011-2

Violation of AMC 1.15.035.M.2. -

An elected official shall not:

Use official position to discourage or inhibit a municipal employee or appointed member of an appointed municipal body from exercising voter franchise.

Dismissed

2011-3

Violaton of AMC 1.15.025.G. - Restrictions on employment after leaving
municipal services

Dismissed

2011-4

Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A  6 and 7; and AMC 1.25.025.B. - Prohibited conduct and Additional provisions for municipal employees

Dismissed

2010-1 

Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A.6. -

These actions are in conflict with the public interest and therefore no person included within the scope of this chapter shall:

Use the person's municipal position to the personal advantage of another.

Dismissed

2010-2

Violation of AMC 1.15.30 D, F, G, and H - Disclosure to the appointed public body,
Public interest, Restrictions on employment, and Disclosure of economic interest

Dismissed

2010-3

Violation of AMC 1.15.025.E. - Acquisition of an economic interest in municipal contracts and business

Dismissed

2009-1

Violation of AMC 1.15.035 C and E - Disclosure to the elected body and Public interest

Dismissed

2009-2

Violation of AMC 1.15.025 I.1.e. -  

Departments, boards, commissions, agencies, authorities, public corporations,
or other administrative divisions of municipal government shall not:

Actively campaign or prepare, publish, broadcast, or distribute by any means material
of a partisan nature on any ballot measure, including referendums, initiatives, bond
issues or other special elections; except that subject to restrictions in AS 15.13.145
on the use and expenditure of municipal funds to influence the outcome of a ballot
proposition or question, the mayor and the school superintendent may each designate
in advance in writing one or more executive employees in addition to themselves,
to appear before the assembly, the school board, appointed public bodies of the
municipality, community councils, civic organizations, and media representatives
in support of or in opposition to any ballot measure coming before the voters in
a municipal election. The designated executive employees shall be selected from
among the employees with principal responsibility for carrying out policies and
programs relevant to the ballot measure.

Violation of 1.15.025.I.1.e.

2009-3

Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A.7.  -

These actions are in conflict with the public interest and therefore no person included within the scipe of theis chapter shall:

Divert or permit the diversion of municipal personnel time, municipal servies, vehicles, equipment, materials or other property for a purpose unrelated to municipal business.  Occsional use of municipal resources, employee participation in community service events, and employee charitable fundraising are not prohibited by this subsection and are outside the jurisdiction of the ethics board if duly authorized by the assembly or in writing by the mayor or the mayor's designee.

Dismissed

2009-4

Violation of AMC 1.15.020.A.7.  - 

These actions are in conflict with the public interest and therefore no person included within the scipe of theis chapter shall:

Divert or permit the diversion of municipal personnel time, municipal servies, vehicles, equipment, materials or other property for a purpose unrelated to municipal business.  Occsional use of municipal resources, employee participation in community service events, and employee charitable fundraising are not prohibited by this subsection and are outside the jurisdiction of the ethics board if duly authorized by the assembly or in writing by the mayor or the mayor's designee.

Dismissed

2009-5

See NOPV 2009-2

2009-6

Violation of AMC 1.15.02.A.7.  - 

These actions are in conflict with the public interest and therefore no person included within the scipe of theis chapter shall:

Divert or permit the diversion of municipal personnel time, municipal servies, vehicles, equipment, materials or other property for a purpose unrelated to municipal business.  Occsional use of municipal resources, employee participation in community service events, and employee charitable fundraising are not prohibited by this subsection and are outside the jurisdiction of the ethics board if duly authorized by the assembly or in writing by the mayor or the mayor's designee.

Dismissed

2009-7

Violation of AMC 1.15.010 A and E; AMC 1.15.020 A.4, A.6, and B; and AMC 1.15.025.C.1.   - Prohibited  conduct and Additional provisions for municipal employees

Dismissed