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OLYMPIC NOTES: USOC PANEL EXAMINES ETHICS ISSUES
Published November 22, 1995
The USOC's ethics panel will meet in Chicago on December 6 to review conflict of interest questions facing the nominating committee for the next USOC president and Bill Hybl, the leading candidate for the position (USA TODAY, 11/22)....Lyle Harris writes in the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION that Fulton County officials estimate it will cost about $5.6M to expand their operations for the Olympics (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 11/22)...."Georgia Agriculture's Living Legacy" will be a one-quarter acre exhibition in the Centennial Olympic Park during the '96 Games. The exhibition is sponsored by Georgia Agriculture '96, a consortium of 21 agricultural commodities, agribusinesses and educational institutions (Georgia Agriculture '96).