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Halfmoon ethics law updated amid shelter controversy

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The Halfmoon Town Board this week approved the first update to its ethics law since 1970, even as town Supervisor Mindy Wormuth has been criticized on ethics grounds for her recent actions on the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors. The town law includes new financial disclosure requirements, and it establishes plans for biannual ethics training for town employees so they can recognize potential conflicts of interest and know when to seek advisory opinions. “I think ...


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