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January 10, 2024

This week, partner Kari Olson presented at a workshop for newly elected municipal officials hosted by the Connecticut Council of Small Towns (COST). The subject of her talk centered on municipal ethics, conflicts of interest and accountability. 

Co-chair of Murtha Cullina’s Municipal Law practice, Kari Olson represents municipalities, businesses and individuals in all phases of local land-use approval and litigation as well as in significant property tax appeals and other matters that uniquely affect municipalities, such as local public health issues. 

The Connecticut Council of Small Towns (COST) is a member-driven organization committed to giving Connecticut’s smaller communities a strong voice in the legislative process. COST champions the interests of small towns at the state Capitol and provides resources to help municipal leaders meet the challenges they face as chief executives of the state’s 142 smaller communities.

Learn more about our Municipal Law practice.

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