DALLAS — Some board members of the North Texas Tollway Authority appear to have conflicts of interest involving business ties or family members, but the agency lacks clear policies regulating the conflicts, according to a consultant’s review.

“Our review did not find malfeasance or impropriety, but rather governance and operational practices that cause frustration, poor morale and distrust among stakeholders,” according to the report from Alvarez & Marsal, a consulting firm hired by the counties that appoint members of the NTTA board.

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