City of Independence, Missouri

Mayor’s Advisory Commission on Ethics Reform
Res. No. 6823

Function

That the purpose of the Commission is to: 1.Research and review local government best practices regarding code of ethics for elected officials,campaign contribution restrictions,term limits for elected officials,addressing conflicts of interest,and investigative powers for the Board of Ethics. 2.Make recommendations in each of these topical areas,including recommendations for implementation. 3.Provide their findings and recommendations to the City Charter Review Commission for those items deemed to be best addressed in the City Charter. 4.Serve as an advisory body to the Mayor and make recommendations to the City Council regarding the establishment and implementation of ethics policies,programs,and enforcement.

Membership Information

The Mayor's Advisory Commission on Ethics Reform shall consist of seven members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. The composition of the commission is established as follows:two members from the Independence Board of Ethics,two former members of the Independence City Council,one member of the Independence Ministerial Alliance,and two community members at-large. The members of the Commission shall be residents of or have their principal place of business in the City of Independence. This Commission shall sunset no later than six months from the date of the first Commission meeting. Staff liaison Kim Osborne can be reached at kosborne@indepmo.org.

Members

NameTitleExpirationAppointed By
Blick, LarryAt-Large, Chair03/30/2023
Garner, AllenAt-Large03/30/2023
Hughes, Christine AnnBoard of Ethics03/30/2023
Murphy, BobBoard of Ethics03/30/2023
Roberson, ScottFormer Councilmember03/30/2023
Schultz, JimFormer Councilmember03/30/2023
Wimberley, SarahMinisterial Alliance03/30/2023

Alternate Members

NameTitleExpirationAppointed By

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