Allegations Dismissed Against County Commissioner President Blaine Young

Allegations Dismissed Against County Commissioner President Blaine Young

The Frederick County Ethics Commission denied allegations of Commissioner Blaine Young having an affair with a county employee.

FREDERICK, Md. - The Frederick County Ethics Commission dismissed allegations of misconduct against County Commissioner President Blaine Young.

It was a decision Young expected, calling it a "politically motivated smear tactic and garbage."

"I just think it's very sad we resorted to this type of politics in Frederick County. I mean, there’s people’s family involved, children involved," said Young.

Political activist, Patrick Allen made a complaint saying Young was allegedly having an affair with a county employee.

However, the Frederick County Ethics Commission denied Allen's request to investigate further into the matter.

"From people that just want to bring me down political because I'm an effective leader for Frederick County," said Young.

Ethics Commission Chairman, Harol Otis, wrote a letter to Otis saying there was no evidence of any violation of the ethics ordinance. Even if the allegations were true, it does not interfere with the ordinance.

Young was accused of having an affair with a county employee.

"I think people are tired of this type of personal attack, smear tactics. They want to focus on the issues. We've got serious problems in this country, this state and this county," said Young.

Young says he wishes to continue to focus on providing solutions to address Frederick County's problems.



 



 



 



 



 



 



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