After passing a unanimous 3-0 vote by the Bowling Green Ethics Board on Tuesday, a settlement agreement for ethics violations by City Commissioner Brian "Slim" Nash will be voted on by the commission next month.
- Nash ethics settlement: 4-week leave of absence and loss of salary
- VIDEO: Special counsel report finds Nash violated ethics code
- Report: Nash violated city code of ethics
- WATCH: Video shows Nash leaving SKyPAC before arrest
- Bowling Green Board of Ethics Special Counsel's Report
- VIDEO: Special counsel appointed in Nash ethics case
- Special counsel appointed in Nash ethics case
- VIDEO: Special counsel to investigate potential Nash ethics violations
- Special counsel to look into potential Nash ethics violations
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