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The resolution of New Brighton City Council Member David Phillips' prostitution case has inspired another agenda item for Mayor Steve Larson's list for a code of ethics for city officials.
City residents asked for the measure after Phillips' arrest during a prostitution sting last winter; calls for an ethics code have been renewed now that he has entered a plea, Larson said Wednesday.
He hopes to discuss the issue before the beginning of the second quarter. Phillips, 59, entered an Alford plea last week to a misdemeanor charge of engaging in prostitution. And Phillips, whose term extends through , may have a way to go to repair the broken trust of his constituents. Larson said there's no indication Phillips intends to leave the council before his term ends. Phillips was caught in a prostitution sting in the Midway area of St.
Paul last winter; in the five months since, he and attorney Earl Gray lobbied to have the charges thrown out, arguing that errors made in the undercover officer's report constituted misconduct. Phillips entered the plea Nov. A defendant entering an Alford plea typically acknowledges that evidence would be sufficient for a conviction but does not admit guilt.
Phillips did not respond to interview requests made by telephone and e-mail to his home and his office. Last week, Larson noted that Phillips cannot be removed from the council in retribution for a misdemeanor offense and that he would not ask the first-term council member to resign. His City Council colleagues also declined to comment. A code of ethics would not allow the city to fire a member for cause; it would give the council a vehicle to censure members, however.