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Commissioners approve ethics resolution to publicly reprimand Commissioner Tommy Hunter

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners held a special called meeting on Tuesday, June 20 to conduct a public hearing and vote upon the penalty to be administered for any violation of the Gwinnett County Code of Ethics which the Board of Commissioners sustained in the matter of the ethics complaint filed against Commissioner Tommy Hunter by Nancie Turner. Commissioners accepted public comments in writing and via email from Friday, June 9 through midnight on Friday, June 16. In addition, those in favor of and those opposed to the Ethics Board’s recommendations were afforded a total of one hour each to present comments during the public hearing.

At the conclusion of the public hearing, the Board of Commissioners deliberated and voted on the penalty to be administered for any violation of the Gwinnett County Code of Ethics which the Board of Commissioners sustained. The resolution can be read here.

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