BROOKFIELD, Conn. — The three-member Brookfield Board of Ethics ruled that First Selectman Bill Tinsley was wrong when he hired someone without the approval of the rest of the Board of Selectmen, newstimes.com reports.
The board of ethics said Tinsley’s hiring of the vice chair of the town’s Economic Development Commission was a conflict of interest, the article says. Tinsley lost his bid for re-election on Nov. 3.
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