Two blows were struck last week against the Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics and the Office of Inspector General.
The first was the vote by county commissioners to revive the Ordinance Drafting Committee to discuss adding two members to the five-member commission, to impose diversity. The second was a vote by the Inspector General Committee, which consists of the members of the Commission on Ethics, the state attorney and the public defender, to put up an online poll to gauge feedback on the Office of Inspector General.
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