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Published On: Wed, Jan 30th, 2013

James Judge cleared

KINGSTON- James Judge, Kingston’s assistant assessor, has received word from the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission that he has been cleared of all wrongdoing following an anonymous┬ácomplaint against him alleging conflict of interest.

“I’m all set…it doesn’t apply to me,” Judge told KingstonJournal.com today.

Yesterday, Judge had been contacted by Katherine Gallant, a senior investigator with the enforcement division of the State Ethics Commission. Gallant was inquiring into Judge’s collection of his assistant-assessor salary in conjunction with his Board of Assessors elected stipend of $800 a year.

Judge was granted “special municipal employee” status by the Kingston Selectmen on May 5th last year, allowing him to collect payment from two town positions simultaneously.

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