Ocean City, N.J. considers eliminating Ethics Board

    Who needs an ethics board, anyway?

    Ocean City Council will meet tomorrow to discuss eliminating its Ethics Board. The N.J. Shore town established the body in 2006, but the cost of a recent appeal has people thinking these expenses could be never-ending.
    Ocean City Patch reports Council will read an ordinance tomorrow night to disband the board and leave it off the city’s list of agencies. The board stays until a second reading and a vote say otherwise.

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