NEW WINDSOR — Only two of five seats are filled on the New Windsor Ethics Board, 15 months after the Town Board said it was reviving the inactive panel.

The Times Herald-Record was unable to learn Wednesday if more seats might be filled any time soon.

The Ethics Board page on the town’s website includes three short sentences describing the board. Two of those appear to have been posted just after the Town Board acted to revive the Ethics Board on March 14, 2018.

The first sentence notes that the Town Board had “reestablished and modernized” the Ethics Board that night.

“The Town Board will review interested parties seeking to serve on the board of ethics and make appointments moving forward over the next several months,” the following sentence read.

Supervisor George Green had made similar statements at the time of the vote.

But no further action appears to ever have been taken.

Board members who could be reached Wednesday were not aware of any imminent appointments. Councilman Andrew Regenbaum said it was his understanding there was not much initial interest in serving on the board, but Green was continuing to look.

Green could not be reached Wednesday.

The town website shows John Luongo and Raymond Bosse as current Ethics Board members. Both of them were already on the panel in March 2018.

At that same time, the last known chairman of the board, David R. Rant, a lawyer who died in 2011, was still listed as holding that post.

The Ethics Board is supposed to hold at least one meeting each year, by May 30, to review financial disclosure statements submitted by Town Board members and town officers, employees and consultants. They can call other meetings as needed.

mrandall@th-record.ocm