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By Greg L | 31 July 2012 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

From the looks of this Washington Post article, the only reason local non-profits put sitting Supervisors and their family on their boards is so they can get taxpayer money.  Thank you Chairman Stewart for pointing out so clearly the need for the Board of Supervisors to adopt Supervisor Candland’s ethics proposal.

Doesn’t this kind of describe precisely what “conflict of interest” actually means?

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  1. Margaret Hamilton said on 31 Jul 2012 at 8:31 am:
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    I’m implodinggggggggggggggggg……………..

  2. Doug Brown said on 31 Jul 2012 at 10:07 am:
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    It seems the Hylton Center, where Chairman Stewart sits on the board in accordance with org’s by-laws, would be more the exception than the rule , more of an infrastructure item, like let say an innovation park, which creates a public space, a neutral place where private entities (for profit and not for profit) can compete.

    On the other hand, elected officials joining boards and providing public money to entities which they, their families or friends benefit seems an obvious conflict of interest which deserves public discussion and skepticism. Maybe a variation of Candland’s ethics proposal could be adopted in Manassas?

  3. Robert L. Duecaster said on 31 Jul 2012 at 11:32 am:
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    Sitting on the Board of a charitable organization and then funneling taxpayers’ monies to that organzation in the name of charity is the most blatant, in-your-face example of a conflict of interest imaginable for an elected official. Lawyers like Stewart and Covington know this.

  4. Loudoun Insider said on 31 Jul 2012 at 7:08 pm:
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    Stewart has totally gone off the deep end. Candland is the Man, I hope he sticks around, you better believe the Good Old Boy Network will be gunning for him next election.

    Has anyone asked Paul Ebert to look into all this??? ( I know that’s a rhetorical question that has as much chance of happening as Jim Plowman looking into official misdeeds in Loudoun).

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