LINCOLN (AP) - A Thurston County Supervisor has reached a settlement with the state over allegations that he failed to file a mandatory financial disclosure form.
Greg Jump of Walthill acknowledged in settlement papers that he failed to submit a 2011 financial-interest statement with state authorities by the April 1 deadline. The Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission approved the agreement late last week. Authorities began investigating on Sept. 10, and Jump filed the statement later that month. He also agreed to comply with state disclosure laws in the future. Jump could have faced a $2,000 fine for failing to submit the papers, but commission members opted not to assess a penalty.