Middletown DEEP analyst fined for doing personal business at work

Middletown DEEP analyst fined for doing personal business at work

MIDDLETOWN – Former State Department of Energy and Environmental Protection employee Sean Condon of Middletown has fined the State Ethics Office $ 5,000 for having violates two sections of the code of ethics.

According to a press release, the policy prohibits a state employee from using state resources for financial gain and from engaging in other employment that compromises the worker’s independence of judgment as to his homeworks.

“One of the basic principles of the state’s code of ethics is that civil servants and state employees should not use their office or position for personal financial gain,” said executive director Peter Lewandowski in a prepared statement. “It is a serious violation of the law to run private companies by abusing state resources…

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