Latest in a series of posts on Ethics and City Government
Perhaps if Mr. Callahan would have been much more supportive of the comprehensive ethics ordinance advanced by Councilwoman Negron, and worked on by a number of residents, a process would have been put in place to address an issue such as this.
No retribution, confidentiality, a review board, all these features would have existed thereby providing a mechanism for dealing with this kind of matter.
Dana speaks of a proposal debated in 2017. More on it later.