Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has weighed in on the question of whether a Carroll supervisor can work for a company hired to inspect county utility projects.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 3:26 pm
The Virginia Attorney General’s Office has found no conflict of interest after its review of whether an elected Carroll County supervisor can work for a company inspecting the Fancy Gap water and sewer project.
This opinion comes after an appeal by Joshua Hendrick, the Laurel Fork District supervisor, who had worked with Nehemiah Engineering.
The engineering firm had landed a contract with the Carroll Public Service Authority to provide construction inspection services on utility projects before Hendrick won his election.
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