Ethics case against ex-monitor proceeds
But not all Austin ethics commissioners think the case has merit.
A city ethics commission heard evidence Wednesday regarding an allegation that former Austin Police Monitor Margo Frasier sometimes used city time and her city laptop to perform private law enforcement consulting work.
Several city ethics commissioners said they didn’t think Frasier had violated the spirit of the law, though a couple of them said they were concerned she might have violated the letter of the law regarding the use of city time and equipment for outside work.
A handful of the city’s 11 ethics commissioners voted Wednesday to dismiss the complaint against Frasier, but their four votes weren’t enough for the motion to pass, so the complaint process will proceed.
The commission plans to announce its decision on whether
Commission to announce decision on exPolice Monitor Margo Frasier on Nov. 8.