County Seeks Applicants for Ethics Commission

From McHenry County government:

McHenry County Seeking Applicants for Ethics Commission

WOODSTOCK, Ill. – The McHenry County Board is seeking applicants who are willing to serve on the McHenry County Ethics Commission.

There are four seats available – three terms that expire on Feb. 1, and a vacant seat for a term that expires Feb. 1, 2023.

The five-member commission is tasked with investigating allegations of violations of the McHenry County Ethics Ordinance, which forbids county officers and employees from

  • performing prohibited political activities during compensated time,
  • misusing county property or resources to perform said activities, or
  • soliciting or accepting gifts from prohibited sources.

A copy of the Ethics Ordinance can be found by clicking here.

To apply, visit the county website at , hover over the “County Government” tab on the top of the page, and scroll down to “County Appointments.”

Interested people are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

The County Board Administrative Services Committee will be interviewing candidates at its Feb. 3 meeting, with the full County Board expected to vote on the committee’s recommendations at its Feb. 16 meeting.


County Seeks Applicants for Ethics Commission — 4 Comments

  1. Let me drop off yesterday’s lunch in a box for them!

    Ethics in McHenry County politics?

    Don’t make me laugh.

  2. Why did Senor Acosta get to skate?

    Why was Franks exempt from scrutiny?

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