Fulton ethics board to meet Tuesday

The Fulton County Government Center was sporadically bustling in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday, June 29, 2020. (REBECCA WRIGHT FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION)
The Fulton County Government Center was sporadically bustling in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday, June 29, 2020. (REBECCA WRIGHT FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION)

Credit: REBECCA WRIGHT FOR THE ATLANTA J

Credit: REBECCA WRIGHT FOR THE ATLANTA J

The Fulton County Board of Ethics will meet Tuesday, according to a notice from the county.

Board members cases of those who have allegedly violated the county’s 25-page code of ethics.

The seven-member board meets once a quarter. But anytime someone submits a request for an advisory opinion, board members have 60 days to hold a preliminary hearing to determine whether “specific, substantial evidence exists to support a reasonable belief that there has been a violation of Fulton County Code of Ethics.”

The county sent a notice of the Tuesday meeting over the weekend, on Saturday.

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No agenda for the 10 a.m. meeting had been posted as of noon Monday.

The most specific information the county has given regarding the nature of the public meeting is: “The Fulton County Board of Ethics will hold a special called virtual meeting to review ongoing business matters.”

Those interested in viewing the meeting can do so at https://zoom.us/j/98011850769?pwd=NXg3V2Q0Q25mTUMycjNidkVyL0RPUT09, with a meeting ID of 980 1185 0769 and a passcode of 858496.

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