Code of conduct complaint filed against Ald. Guy Zima

Green Bay alderman Guy Zima talks to media following mayor Jim Schmitt's sentencing, December, 5, 2016 (WLUK/John Doran).

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- A code of conduct complaint has been filed against Green Bay Alderman Guy Zima.

Alderwoman Barbara Dorff confirms to FOX 11 that she has filed the complaint.

Dorff says the complaint is related to Zima's actions toward city staff, members of the public, and other elected officials. Dorff wouldn't provide any detailed incidents, only saying we should read the complaint.

City staff has told FOX 11 that the complaint will be available Thursday morning.

Zima is running for re-election to the city council against Brian Johnson, Amanda Patterson Luedtke, and Jim Ridderbush. The primary election is Feb. 20.

In October, the city attorney's office came out with a set of rules that city employees must follow when meeting with Zima. The rules were in response to a variety of incidents involving the longtime alderman.

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