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councillor

(US), councilor
a member of a council
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As chief executive Richard Parry Jones presided over his last meeting before retirement, Cllr Jim Evans was also elected as the new chair with Bob Parry to serve as vice chair.
Cllr Cheryl Carlisle said she was very proud to be elected as chairman of the new Democratic Services Committee, but added: "For there to be no women in the Cabinet is a huge shame.
Cllr Taylor (Earlsdon) told the full council meeting: "I have never asked Cllr Adalat to resign and I never will.
Later, Cllr Doyle issued a statement saying his comments were totally irresponsible.
LABOUR'S NOMINATIONS FOR THE TOP POSITIONS Mayor: Cllr Brenda Forster Deputy mayor: Cllr Neil Bendelow Leader: Cllr Sue Jeffrey Deputy leader: Cllr Dave Walsh | The Labour Group would make a |number of changes to the Cabinet reducing the size to seven plus the Leader with its nominations as follows: Adults (and deputy leader): Cllr Dave Walsh Children: Cllr Craig Hannaway Economic growth: Cllr Dale Quigley Health and housing: Cllr Lynn Pallister Jobs, skills and leisure: Cllr Carl Quartermain Neighbourhoods: Cllr Helen McLuckie Resources: Cllr Christopher Massey For the two largest committees.
Cllr Taylor said the officer was doing his duty, and added: "Like any other council, we are consistently viewing and looking at our election processes and in some processes it fails, for one reason or another.
Cllr Hussey said that Dowling, from Church Hill, Fermoy, began thumping and banging on the table.
The Labour Goup lost control of the council on Thursday, as reported, after former leader Cllr Dunning resigned.
Cllr Pritchard said: "There was a group meeting where it was unanimous that I would become the new leader of the group and would be put forward as the leader of the council.
On his blog, Cllr Cleary wrote he would be voting against Cllr Foulkes as he was council leader "when Wirral became very publicly associated with incompetence, bullying, gagging clauses, resignations and bad financial management".
Cllr Furey, who was elected as leader when Cllr Paul Cotterill stood down in May, has been replaced by his deputy, Cllr John Fillis.