By Tim Kowols
The Sturgeon Bay Community Protection and Services Committee is taking a page out of Green Bay’s code of conduct when it comes to its ethics policy. Rather than creating a new document from scratch, committee members have looked over the city of Green Bay’s current ethics policy and are picking out the most relevant items to what they would like to create. Committee chairperson Barb Allmann says even though they have not had major issues, an ethics policy should be written down.
Two aspects of the new ethics policy to be discussed at the meeting November 15th at 4:30 p.m. include incorporating aspects from the Door County Civility Project and allow citizens to alert alderpersons of the potentially unethical behavior of elected officials they might witness.