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Public financial documents for Mayor Anthony Foxx were made public this week ahead of his confirmation hearing to be the next Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The documents show that Foxx makes $40,220 as mayor of Charlotte and $88,117 as an attorney for bus manufacturer DesignLine USA.
If confirmed Foxx would have to resign from his position as mayor, as well as from his job at DesignLine and cut his affiliations with Davidson College, the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Lynwood Foundation, the New American City Committee and the Project Life Movement, to meet strict federal ethics law requirements.
Foxx would not be allowed to participate in any project or matter involving the city of Charlotte for at least a year following his confirmation.
He would also have to give up his positions with Project L.I.F.T., the US Conference of Mayors, North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition, P.G.A. Diversity Initiative, the Aspen Institute's Rodel Fellowship Program for Public Leadership and TreesCharlotte Foundation, according to the documents filed.
Foxx would also be barred from dealing with any matter involving Novant Health, his wife's employer.
The Anthony Foxx Campaign Committee would also have to go dormant during his time as secretary.
The committee reported in its last campaign disclosure it had $125,637 cash on hand.