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The members of the Severn River Commission are no longer included in the definition of employees covered by the ethics law. Since the ethics law no longer applies to them, the ethics commission cannot provide advice concerning the application of the ethics law to the members of the SRC.
An employee may not accept a gift or gratuity in excess of $20 from a contractor who is seeking to do business with the county, specifically involving a facility managed by that employee.
Coworkers may buy and sell from each other as long as the activity is not related to county business and as long as the transactions are not done on county time or in the work place.
Firefighters may solicit funds for the "Fill the Boot" charitable drive if the activity is approved by the county executive, subject to the conditions set forth in the opinion.
While a county employee may be employed by a private entity that does business with the county (unless that business involves the employee's own agency), the employee may not bid, negotiate or otherwise represent or assist that agency before any government agency or in any matter in which the county government has an interest.
Employees of a county agency may not accept a gift of a day trip to New York City to visit the the vendor's facility because the gift, including bus fare and lunch, exceeds the maximum value of permissible gifts under the ethics law.
An employee may join the advisory board of a for-profit entity but only in the employee's personal capacity. The employee may not use the title of the employee's position or any credentials acquired solely through county service.
Employees may not accept an invitation to dinner with a lobbyist if the value of the meal exceeds $25 per person.
A battalion chief in the fire department may serve, if appointed, on the school board, but may not participate in the development, consideration or adoption of the school board budget and may not advocate on school board issues before any county employee or agency, according to §7-5-104 of the ethics law.
Employees who attended an event as part of their job duties, may not accept airline ticket vouchers worth $100 each given at the event. Those vouchers may only be accepted on behalf of the county, for the benefit of the citizens and not individual employees.
The ethics law, §7-7- 105(b)(2)(vii), requires lobbyists to disclose the cost of an event to which one or more county employees were invited, even if none of the employees attend the event.