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Councilwoman found in violation of Ethics Ordinance, no sanctions administered

    Councilwoman found in violation of Ethics Ordinance, no sanctions administered

The City of Denton’s Board of Ethics convened in a “special called” meeting at City Hall on Wednesday evening, where a four-member panel unanimously ruled that Councilwoman Deb Armintor, who

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Public hearing date, quorum for ethics complaints not set

    Public hearing date, quorum for ethics complaints not set

After meeting last week and deciding to conduct a public hearing regarding ethics complaints against two city council members, the City of Denton Board of Ethics must appoint a minimum

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Ethics complaints for Armintor, Meltzer headed to public hearing

    Ethics complaints for Armintor, Meltzer headed to public hearing

At an ethics board meeting Wednesday night, an ethics panel ruled that ethics complaints against Denton City Council members Deb Armintor of Place 5 and Paul Meltzer of Place 6

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Ethics complaint filed against councilmembers Armintor and Meltzer

    Ethics complaint filed against councilmembers Armintor and Meltzer

An ethics complaint against Denton city council members for At Large Places 5 and 6, Deb Armintor and Paul Meltzer, was filed on Monday, according to correspondences with councilwoman Armintor.

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City Council members Armintor, Meltzer barred from deliberating UNT-related issues

    City Council members Armintor, Meltzer barred from deliberating UNT-related issues

An ethics panel decided on Thursday that Denton City Council members Deb Armintor and Paul Meltzer will be banned from

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