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February 15, 2023

Board member alleged to have made false statements on his application for membership

Administrative Law Judge Jonathan Fogel recommended dismissing charges against a community board member because the community board did not prove that the member had made two false statements on his application to become a board member. 

ALJ Fogel declined to dismiss the charges on procedural grounds, however, finding that the charges were properly brought under the New York City Charter and although the application predated the member's service as a board member, it is part of the community board member's personnel file and "his membership on the board".  

Brooklyn Community Board 13 v. Greenberg, OATH Index No. 1574/22

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