Ethics training highlights life's many shades of gray

2013-08-28T00:00:00Z Ethics training highlights life's many shades of gray
August 28, 2013 12:00 am

I worked for the town of Lowell for 25 years and serve on the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission.

Ethics training is not about the difference between black and white. It is the many shades of gray that employees and board and commission members encounter when serving local government.

The training will alert them to the many opportunities to violate laws they do not fully understand or may not know.

- Marcia Carlson, Lowell

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