Missouri City City Council will undergo ethics training after an ethics complaint was made.

Digging in

An executive session was held at an April 15 special City Council meeting regarding an ethics complaint. Following the executive session, City Council voted unanimously for the unnamed subject of the complaint and the entire council to receive further ethics training.

Community Impact has reached out for more information about the training and complaint, and will update this story when more information is available.

What’re they’re saying

During public comment, Missouri City resident Bruce Zaborowski alleged the complaint was regarding a City Council member and the Texas Open Meetings Act, which requires meetings of governmental bodies to be open to the public. He said the city should hire an independent council to address the issue rather than Missouri City’s Ethic Commission.

“A determination should have been made long ago because it was public record because it happened right in this room, and I expect some action on it,” Zaborowski said.