Ethics Commission

ORDINANCE 67-2012-13.  The 5 members of the Ethics Commission shall have been residents of the City of Clarksville for not less than two years prior to any vote of the City Council on their appointment.  Residency within the City shall be a requirement for continued membership on the Ethics Commission.  No elected or appointed official or employee of the City, other than a member of any federal military reserve or state national guard force while not on active duty, or of any other governmental entity, to include national, state or local government, other than a member of any federal military reserve or state national guard force while not on active duty, nor any candidate for any public office, to include national, state or local government, nor any member of any other City board, commission, authority, or other city entity, may serve as a member of the Ethics Commission.  For purposes of this section, legally separate, private non-profit organizations or entities that receive City funding shall not be construed as a City entity; 3-year terms; 2-term limit.

MEMBERS

  • Elizabeth Carmichael    
    • Nov. 2018 – June 2019
  • Ellen Kanervo        
    • July 2016 – June 2019
  • Hubert G. Smith        
    • July 2017 – June 2020
  • Joel Wallace        
    • July 2018 – June 2021
  • Pat Young        
    • July 2018 – June 2021

CONTACT THE BOARD

Contact the City Attorney at 931-553-2475 for more information.