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The proper operation of democratic government requires that elected County Board Supervisors be independent, impartial and responsible to the people; that government decisions and policies be made in proper channels of the government structure; that public elected office not be used for improper personal gain; and that the public have confidence in the integrity of its government. The County Board believes that a code of ethics for the guidance of County Board Supervisors will help them avoid conflicts which are substantial and material between their personal interests and their public responsibilities. In recognition of these goals, there is hereby established a Code of Ethics for Kenosha County Board Supervisors. Nothing herein contained is intended to deny to any individual, rights granted by the United States Constitution, the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin, the laws of the State of Wisconsin. [Code § 19.02-1, 2018.]