The board is made up of five members that are appointed by the County Executive and subject to the approval of the County Legislature. Members serve a three-year term and current members include:
Susan Crossett Dilks January 31, 2018
John Lloyd January 31, 2018
Rose Sebouhian January 31, 2020
Mary Kay Szwejbka January 31, 2019
Roles and Responsibilities:
The Chautauqua County Ethics Board was established in 1990. The board helps ensure that County government is free from improper influence by: prescribing and promulgating rules and regulations governing its internal organization and procedures consistent with the Code of Ethics; reviewing with public officials the disclosure requirements of the code; ensuring proper filing of Financial Disclosure Statements; conducting investigations, hearings and other examinations relating to the Code; recommending and imposing sanctions, penalties, or fines in accordance with the Code; recommending content for training and education of County officers and employees; and preparing an annual report and recommending changes or improvements to the Code of Ethics.