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This page displays all settlement agreements entered into by the Board of Ethics and subjects of investigations conducted and concluded by either the City's Inspector General or former Legislative Inspector General, or after Board-initiated enforcement actions where no Inspector General factual investigation is needed. As required by §2-156-385(4) of the Governmental Ethics Ordinance, these settlement agreements are not redacted, but are made available to the public in full.
Settlement agreements can be entered at any time after the Board of Ethics makes a finding of probable cause (probable cause means that there is a reasonable ground for the Board to believe that the evidence presented by either inspector general in a final investigative report would constitute a violation of the Ordinance, if not overcome by any materials or evidence submitted by the subject of the investigation).
|12031.OLIG [2012OLIG0009]||Ald. Proco Joe Moreno||May 27, 2015|
|151695.IG [14-0338]||Michael Acciari||April 13, 2016|
|13039.OLIG||Ald. Howard Brookins, Jr||Sept. 8, 2017|
|17023.IG||Evelyn Diaz||Sept. 8, 2017|
|17011.06.LOB||Anthony Davis||Oct. 25, 2017|
|17011.08.LOB||James Abrams||Oct. 25, 2017|
|17011.10.LOB||Alan King||Oct. 25, 2017|
|17011.14.LOB||William Singer||Oct. 25, 2017|
|18018.IG||Karen Rittorno||Dec. 14, 2018|
|18012.IG||William Burns||Jan. 18, 2019|
|18023.IG||Arthur Olvera||Jan. 18, 2019|
|18012.2IG||Airbnb||Apr. 26, 2019|
Jun. 14, 2019