An initiative to overhaul the sweeping Miami 21 zoning code turned contentious with the appointment of developers’ attorneys to the review committee.

The state Ethics Commission in a draft advisory opinion determined the Miami 21 task force members are public officers subject to the state code of ethics. With two exceptions, it prohibits public officers from having a contractual relationship with any business before an agency on which the officers serve.

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