Uniontown’s mayor found to have violated state Ethics Act | New Today | heraldstandard.com

Uniontown’s mayor violated the state Ethics Act when he used his authority to participate in council discussions and votes to appoint himself as mayor and his daughter as city clerk, according to a finding released Monday by the Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission.

The commission found that Mayor Ed Fike’s January 2018 votes to appoint himself mayor and his daughter Kim Marshall as city clerk were a conflict of interest under the state Ethics Act.

Source: Uniontown’s mayor found to have violated state Ethics Act | New Today | heraldstandard.com

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