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Rug store flap weaves an ethics tapestry between Glendale and state watchdogs

Rug store flap weaves an ethics tapestry between Glendale and state watchdogs

Marianne Goodland (Colorado Politics)- An ethics complaint lodged against a former Glendale city councilman has turned into a can of worms for the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission over whether home-rule cities that have their own ethics codes have the final say over ethics complaints.

The ethics issue dates back to 2016, when MAK Investment Group of Glendale filed an ethics complaint with the city against then-city councilman Jeff Allen. The complaint alleged Allen, who also serves as CEO of the Glendale Chamber of Commerce, improperly voted on the city’s budget, which includes funding for the chamber.

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