Judge dismisses ethics complaint against Homer officials

HOMER, Alaska (AP) – An administrative law judge has dismissed an ethics complaint against former and current members of the Homer City Council, saying the complaint is “without merit in all respects.”

The Homer News reports Larry Zuccaro filed the complaint in late July, claiming the three city officials violated the city’s ethics code when they voted to certify a recall election involving them.

Zuccaro was one of the backers of a petition that aimed to remove the three council members from office, but it failed at the ballot box.

Judge Andrew Lebo says in his decision made public last week that the officials did not commit any ethical violations. Lebo characterized Zuccaro’s complaint as an attempt to further his political agenda.

Zuccaro and his attorney did not return the newspaper’s requests for comment.

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