This is what happens you are out of control and are out on a radical mission to hurt someone. Mike Madigan has been out of control since he took office. He has time after time after time just reacted to the issues in play without ever doing any meaningful due diligence before he acts. You are like a 7 year old bully/child on the playground. Since he has taken office he has not set forth anything for the good of Grand Island. MAD MIKE is simply acting as a puppet for a select few in the Grand Island Republican Committee to Obstruct our new Supervisor. He is trying to inflict vengeance for Mary Cooke and Mark Nemeth on Nathan McMurray because they lost in the 2015 Local Election.
Mike, those people who voted for you did so because they believed in you. They believed you would act in the best interests of Grand Island. They didn’t elect you for any other reason. You however seen to have a radical agenda to be an OBSTRUCTIONIST. Now I know why people call you MAD MIKE
Mike Madigan’s letter to the Editor on Isle De Grand violated Grand Island Town of Grand Island’s Ethics Regulations. CLICK HERE TO SEE LETTER.
Now here is the Ethics Regulations.
No Town officer or employee shall:
Directly or indirectly, solicit any gift or accept or receive any gift or series of gifts having an annual value of $75 or more, whether in the form of money, service, loan, travel, entertainment, hospitality, thing or promise or in any other form, under circumstances in which it could reasonably be inferred that the gift was intended to influence him or could reasonably be expected to influence him in the performance of his official duties or was intended as a reward for any official action on his part. The foregoing limitation shall not apply to campaign contributions not otherwise prohibited by law.
Take or refrain from taking any action or agree to take or refrain from taking any action or induce or attempt to induce any other Town officer or employee to take or refrain from taking any action on any matter before the Town in order to obtain a pecuniary or material benefit for:
Himself or herself;
A family member;
Any partnership or unincorporated association of which the Town officer or employee is a member or employee or in which he or she has a proprietary interest;
Any corporation of which the Town officer or employee is an officer or director or of which he or she legally or beneficially owns or controls more than 5% of the outstanding stock;
Any person with whom the Town officer or employee or his or her family member has an employment, professional, business or financial relationship; or
Any person from whom the Town officer or employee or his or her spouse has received within any twelve-month period during the previous 24 months a pecuniary or material benefit having an aggregate value greater than $1,000, unless said individuals make up less than 5% of a class of individuals benefitted.
Appear before the agency served by or which employs such Town officer or employee except on behalf of the Town or on his or her own behalf.
Appear before the Town except on behalf of the Town or on his or her own behalf. This subsection shall only apply to officers and employees who are elected or who are paid by the Town.
Appear as attorney or counsel against the interests of the Town in any matter in which the Town is a party or a complainant.
Solicit any nonelected officer or employee of the Town to participate in an election campaign. This subsection shall not prohibit an elected officer from soliciting such participation from officers and employees who are appointed by and directly subordinate to such elected officer and who serve in positions which are in the exempt classification or the unclassified service under the Civil Service Law.
Directly or through a person, campaign committee or other organization authorized to act on his or her behalf solicit any nonelected officer or employee of the Town to pay or promise to pay any assessment, subscription or contribution to a political party, political party organization or election campaign. This subsection shall not prohibit a general solicitation of a class of persons.
Directly or through a person or campaign committee or other organization authorized to act on his or her behalf, solicit participation in an election campaign or payment or promise of payment of any assessment, subscription or contribution to a political party, political party organization or election campaign from any person who, to the knowledge of the municipal officer or employee, has or, within the previous 12 months, has had any business dealing with the municipality. This subsection shall not prohibit a general solicitation of a class of persons.
Except where such disclosure is authorized by law, disclose any confidential information acquired in the course of his or her official duties or use any such information to advance the financial or other private interest of himself or herself or any other person.
After termination of his or her term of office or employment with the Town, appear before the Town or receive compensation for any services rendered on behalf of any person other than the Town in relation to any particular matter upon which he or she took any discretionary act during his or her term of office or employment with the Town.
Disclose any confidential information acquired in the course of performing official duties, including information acquired in an executive session, or use such information to further his or her personal interest.
Councilman Madigan’s statements in the recent edition of Isle de Grande are based on statements and actions that were taken while the Town Board was in Executive Session. Therefore, he should be charged with violating the Town Ethics regulations.