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CN 1993-225 ‎(2)‎
Opinion Type
Advisory Opinion
Docket Number
CN 1993-225
Parties Involved
George Dyer
Agency at Issue
Fire Apparatus Specialties, Inc.
Decision Date
7/27/1995
Law
1111C(2)(d)
1112
1117
Caption
Assistant Fire Chief of a fire district violated the code by selling fire equipment to the fire district.
Ethics Subject Matters
Prohibited Sources
Outside Employment
Participation
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COMMISSION ON ETHICS FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
DATE: July 27, 1995 OPINION NO. 93 -225
RE: In the matter of George Dyer and Fire Apparatus
Specialties, Inc.
The Commission on Ethics for Public Employees (the
"Commission "), at its meetings of January 12, 1995, February 17,
1995 and March 30, 1995, conducted a public hearing for the
purpose of exploring the following:
CHARGES
1.
That George Dyer may have violated Section 1111
C(2)(d) of the Louisiana Code of Governmental
Ethics (La. R.S. 42:1111C(2)(d)) by providing
compensated services to Fire Apparatus
• Specialties, Inc. (FAS) at a time when FAS was
selling equipment and services to the Third
District Volunteer Fire Department for which
George Dyer served as Assistant Fire Chief.
2.
That George Dyer may have violated Section 1112
B(2) and or (3) of the Louisiana Code of
Governmental Ethics (La. R.S. 42:1112 B(2) and or
(3)) by virtue of his participation, as Assistant
Fire Chief, in purchases of goods and services
made by the Third District Volunteer Fire
Department from Fire Apparatus Specialties, Inc.
(FAS), of which he owned 40 %.
3.
That Fire Apparatus Specialties, Inc. (FAS) may
have violated Section 1113 A of the Louisiana
Code of Governmental Ethics (La. R.S. 42:1113 A)
by virtue of selling goods and services to the
Third District Volunteer Fire Department, at a
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