First, I'm not sure exactly what council can do about the ethics commission. I do hear from readers that Rep. Emma Acosta should put a resolution on the agenda saying they have no confidence in their findings. Many of you also pointed out that at best the city manager was guilty of an operations breakdown and there was no question of "ethics" given he didn't receive anything for his actions. In fact, both the paving and the speed bumps have paper trails that show due diligence was sought by the city manager. Somebody that breaks the rules doesn't go through the official process.
Second, I hear Rep. Lily Limon may have broken the rules by using her city credit card to build out her office at city hall so no nosey constituent can get in. In fact, they tell me she walled in Rep. Carl Robinson's office as well. Multiple city employees have told me that Limon has broken a major rule, but nobody will do anything about it.