Affidavits list potential conflicts of interest of Park City leaders
March 12, 2013
Park City’s six elected officials recently filed statements at City Hall declaring potential conflicts of interest, something that is done on an annual basis with little publicity.
Each of the disclosure affidavits was dated Feb. 28. The information in each of them is similar to those the elected officials filed in previous years.
The forms provide an idea of what sort of conflicts of interest an elected official might face while conducting City Hall business. The elected officials normally verbally declare a conflict of interest during City Council meetings if one arises as well. Sometimes an elected official will excuse himself or herself from a decision based on a conflict of interest.
In signing the affidavits, the elected officials also declared whether they will represent any people or businesses with decisions before City Hall. None of them indicated they would.
Highlights from each of the affidavits included:
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