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By DAMON LAWRENCE
People who file complaints with the Roane County Ethics Committee do not need a signed affidavit.
That’s the opinion of County Attorney Tom McFarland.
He was asked for his opinion on the matter after attorney J. Polk Cooley suggested complainants needed a signed affidavit attached to their complaints.
McFarland said that only applies to the Tennessee Ethics Commission and not the local ethics committee.
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