Finger-pointing has entered the debate over bringing civil service to Leander, with a supporter of the proposal filing ethics complaints against a key representative of the other side.
Former Leander firefighter Braden Frame said he has filed three complaints with the Texas Ethics Commission against Council Member Jason Dishongh, accusing him of violating election laws in his role as treasurer for a political action committee opposed to civil service.
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