The DMCC Board of Directors has adopted a conflict of interest policy to further strengthen transparency in development projects. Board member Ed Hruska, who led development of the new policy, said the policy will serve as an important component to deepening trust from the community.
I believe this ensures clarity on current and future contracts … I think by adopting this we’re doing a very good thing for the project and people.
— Ed Hruska, DMCC Board member
DMCC Chairwoman Lt. Gov. Tina Smith agreed, and said the policy will help all parties involved navigate sometimes “complex” projects.
“As we move into some very complex projects … we want to be very transparent about what people’s relationships are,” Smith said.View Conflict of Interest PDF