Patty Teruya, a former city employee who quit her job rather than dispute a Honolulu Ethics Commission complaint alleging more than 2,600 ethics violations, resigned Tuesday night as chairwoman of the Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board.
Teruya remains a member of the board, and it wasn’t immediately clear who will succeed her, said Tom Heinrich, executive secretary of the Neighborhood Commission Office, which administers the city’s 33 neighborhood boards. …
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