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councillor

(US), councilor
a member of a council
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Under the changes to the Local Government Act 1989, councillors will be required to sign up to codes of conduct, while councils will need to have procedures in place to deal with alleged breaches.
Councillors receive a basic wage of PS13,001, rising to PS34,794 for leader of the council.
Clr Lees-Hamilton said: "As part of disclosure and barring service (DBS, the new form of CRB check) if someone comes to councillors and tells us about abuse we have to stop them and inform them that we are legally obliged to report it to the authorities.
Interestingly, the candidate who has been picked from Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee ( DPCC) chief Arvinder Singh's constituency is also a former MCD councillor.
The District Councillors are liaisons between the AMT Board of Directors and the state societies.
On two occasions, Caerphilly council was forced to issue summonses for a single sitting councillor, once in 2012 and again in 2013.
TWO Birmingham city councillors are summonsed for not paying their council tax.
A document on the council web site lists the potential areas for savings, but nowhere could I see any reference to potential cuts in the costs arising from the salaries and expenses paid to the councillors themselves.
All political parties should cut their councillor numbers by a third in an effort to save the council a least PS275,000 a year.
But yesterday Fianna Fail City Councillor, Paul McAuliffe hit back at the plan would he claimed would cost in the region of [euro]1million.
MAX Caller, Chair of the Boundary Commission , stated that the "purpose of our review [of Anglesey ward boundaries] is to ensure that each councillor represents around the same number of people" (Daily Post, November 22).

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