In March, the council reprimanded him after The Post published emails that he sent to prospective employers offering to use his connections and influence as Metro board chairman and the city’s longest-serving council member.
The council, however, stopped short of censuring Evans and taking away his chairmanship of the finance committee, as it should have.
The Metro committee concluded that Evans had committed an ethics violation and, as a condition of ending the probe, required Evans to step down as chairman of the Metro board.
ADADEvans told The Post at the time that the ethics committee had determined that he committed no violations.
Evans has called on the council to “slow this rush to judgment” until his side is heard.

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