That was the headline from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Does your community have similar rules ?Atlanta has a policy, known as the "cooling off" period, that prohibits former city workers from bringing business before the municipality for 12months after the person's employment with the government has ended.
City officials said HE twice represented developers in subdivision applications he previously reviewed as a senior planner for Atlanta's Department of Planning and Community Development.
he was unaware of the policy. He wrote in a letter to the city that he didn't see any conflict-of-interest because he wasn't "in possession of any proprietary knowledge."
Probably was not a member of AICP - Do you see this as a violation of Code of Ethics - Section B. Rules of Conduct # 3 ?