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Members of advisory boards and committees shall not discuss, advocate, or vote on any matter in which they have a conflict of interest or an interest which reasonably might appear to be in conflict with the concept of fairness in dealing with public business. A conflict of interest or a potential conflict occurs if a member has a separate, private, or monetary interest, either direct or indirect, in any issue or transaction under consideration. In addition, members of the Board of Adjustment, when these boards are hearing cases, serve as quasi-judicial bodies. Pursuant to State Statute 106A-388(e)(2), members of these boards “shall not participate in or vote on any quasi-judicial matter in a manner that would violate affected persons’ constitutional rights to an impartial decision maker. Impermissible violations of due process include, but are not limited to, a member having a fixed opinion prior to hearing the matter that is not susceptible to change, undisclosed ex parte communications, a close familial, business, or other associational relationship with an affected person, or a financial interest in the outcome of the matter.”Any member who violates these Ethics Guidelines may be subject to removal from the board or committee. If the advisory board or committee member believes he/she has a conflict of interest then that member should ask the advisory board or committee to be recused from voting. The advisory board or committee should then vote on the question on whether or not to excuse the member making the request. In cases where the individual member or the advisory board or committee establishes a conflict of interest, then the advisory board or committee member shall remove themselves from the voting area. Any advisory board or committee member may seek the counsel of the Town Attorney on questions regarding the interpretation of these ethics guidelines or other conflict of interest matters.The interpretation may include a recommendation on whether or not the advisory board or committee member should excuse himself/herself from voting. The advisory board or committee member may request the Town Attorney respond in writing.
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Village of Clemmons
3715 Clemmons Road
Clemmons, NC 27012
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