The Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics today postponed voting on a proposed settlement with former Boynton Beach commissioner Marlene Ross, who faces two charges of corrupt misuse of official position.
Although the commission initially voted in favor of the settlement, which called for one of two charges to be dismissed and required Ross to pay a $500 fine, the vote was later withdrawn after commissioner Robin Fiore expressed concern that the legal language in the settlement order did not reflect an admission from Ross of corrupt misuse of official position.
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