"The Commission adopted a settlement agreement between the Commission Advocate and ANTHONY VALLEE, Walton County Zoning Board Member. The agreement finds that Mr. Vallee violated the ethics laws by providing architectural services in his private capacity to a developer who had appeals before the board, creating a continuing or frequently recurring conflict between his private interests and the performance of his public duties or an impediment to the full and faithful discharge of his public duties. The Commission recommended a civil penalty of $1,000 and public censure and reprimand be imposed by the Governor."
As the Walton Sun newspaper reported last year,
"This complaint against Vallee was brought by WaterSound resident Kay Brief on April 16, 2016, for voting conflicts.
The Florida Ethics Commission reports to me by e-mail that "Mr. Vallee’s penalty was recommended to the Governor in December 2017. He has not yet imposed the penalty on Mr. Vallee."
No documents have been provided by Governor Scott's office since I requested them on August 27, 2018. Wonder why?