GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) -- A Green Bay city ethics committee hearing to discuss the conduct of Alderman Guy Zima has been pushed back for a second time.
The hearing scheduled for Wednesday was cut short after the ethics board reviewed a request by Zima to adjourn.
Zima brought fourth several objections and says he needs more time to prepare.
He also stated his legal representation is an issue because the lawyer he's hoping will help fight his case is out of town.
Alderwoman Barb Dorff, who originally filed the misconduct complaint against Zima, did not oppose to giving Zima more time.
A new hearing has been rescheduled for the end of April.
Alderman Zima is accused of making inappropriate comments to a city staff member.