Ethics exploratory committee seeks input

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A group of citizens is seeking input from the community regarding establishing an ethics committee for the town of Granby. It has posted a survey on its website:
An article in last month’s Drummer asked for participation, but there has been a relatively small response. The majority, 69 percent of respondents, answered “yes.” Comments included, “thank you for this” and “pleased if there were a forum to pose inquiries on legitimate topics by citizens.”
The group encourages you to participate if you want more transparency in the administration of town business and budget process. This is an opportunity to establish an appropriate forum for citizens. Over 40 percent of Connecticut towns have ethics committees, as does the State of Connecticut (see interview with the Office of State Ethics executive director on p. 21).
 Share your opinion at: now — no name or ID required. The survey only allows one vote per IP address.