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|Index of Opinions - 2006|
A contractor who offers to take county employees on a trip in connection with the contract is not offering the employees a gift since the expenses will actually be paid for by the county through the contract.
An employee may engage in secondary employment teaching classes in the general subject area of his expertise where his expertise was developed prior to accepting a position with the county and where the classes will have no connection to or relationship with the employee's county job.
An elected official may not accept free admission to an event from the sponsor of the event if it is a business marketing event and not a charitable, cultural, or political event, and if the value of the free admission exceeds $20 (where the donor is a lobbyist).
The spouse of a supervisor of inspectors may not work for clients who are subject to the authority of the supervisor or the supervisor’s department.
A zoning inspector may not engage in secondary employment as a realtor in the county.
Employees may not accept travel expenses from a vendor to visit the vendor’s facilities.
The ethics law does not prohibit a member of the Severn River Commission from running for state office. As an "official" rather than an employee, the member is not protected by the anti-Hatch act provisions, and there may be county charter or code provisions that would otherwise prohibit this political activity.
A member of the Board of Appeals may serve as a paid consultant to a candidate for the United States Congress.
A gift offered to the 25 employees of the administrative staff of an agency from a non-controlled donor, is not prohibited under either the gift or prestige of office provisions of the ethics law, because the value to each employee is nominal. However, once the overall value of the gift is considered, acceptance of the gift, which is offered because of the employees’ positions with the county, would violate the spirit of the ethics law.
Where the sponsor of a conference is a controlled donor, the offer of free registration to the conference, valued at $200, may not be accepted by an employee. Although the free registration offer has an element of chance, it is only offered to people with whom the sponsor does, or seeks to do business.
Uniformed public safety employees may not accept a significant discount to attend a political event, when the discount was offered to them by a possibly controlled donor and where it was offered to a limited group of employees because of their positions with the county.
A council member may accept free admission to a charitable gala as a courtesy to the office, but may not participate either in a official or personal capacity as an honorary committee member hosting the event.