The Hawaii Ethics Commission is considering whether to fire its executive director of 24 years.
The Ethics Commission is expected to determine the fate of Executive Director Dan Mollway today following an investigation that concluded he wasn’t “appropriately engaged.”
A four-page report from two of the commissioners said Mollway’s time spent in the office was sporadic because he used leave time in small increments. The report also claimed Mollway’s work style and habits harmed morale.
The commission is scheduled to consider public testimony before a closed-door executive session on whether to retain Mollway.