Mayoral candidate Dana Grubb: the City must have “a comprehensive code of ethics”

Latest in a series of posts on candidates for election

Dana Grubb for Mayor

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Candidate Grubb at City Hall:

  • worked 27 years in various capacities in the Department of Community and Economic Development
  • critical for the City to have a comprehensive code of ethics
  • proposed several years ago but rejected by several Council members including opponent Reynolds
  • need transparency, honesty, integrity in a system built on checks and balances
  • must deflect solicitations for special favors
  • no campaign donations from Bethlehem major developers (deep pockets)
  • also no endorsements from City and elected officials (you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours)
  • will act solely in best interest of residents

Let’s believe in a better Bethlehem.

One thought on “Mayoral candidate Dana Grubb: the City must have “a comprehensive code of ethics”

  1. The lack of transparency surrounding the so-called Ethics committee, meetings, function and viability is a definite sticking point for many folks, me included, I fully support a comprehensive code of ethics but it will be useless without a city government that exhibits a commitment to transparency on the issue

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