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Llanidloes councillor takes on big role on Powys cabinet

 
Created on 22/05/2017 @ 19:40
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Powys County Council’s new Leader Councillor Rosemarie Harris today announced the membership of her new cabinet - and Llanidloes businessman Phyl Davies is one of the team.

Councillor Davies, (top left) who was recently elected to represent Blaen Hafren, is Mayor of Llanidloes and runs the successful Celtic Travel company.

He will take responsibility for the controversial Property & Waste portfolio.

Councillor Harris (right), who was elected Executive Leader of the council at the annual meeting last Thursday revealed that she would have a cabinet of 10 members made up of six Independent and four Welsh Conservative members.

“The cabinet is made up from the coalition of the Independent Group and Welsh Conservatives but is one that will act as one team on behalf of the people of Powys.

“I have appointed a team with a blend of experience, knowledge and fresh ideas – we have five members with cabinet experience and five new to role. We have more women on the cabinet than before.

“It is a cabinet that represents all parts of the county and I hope that it is the most inclusive the council has experienced. As a team we have the determination to deliver real change for the people of Powys,” she said.

Myfanwy Alexander (top centre) the Independent councillor for Banwy returns to the cabinet in charge of education while Montgomery’s Independent member Stephen Hayes (top right) holds onto the Adult Social Care brief.

The new cabinet is:

Leader; Cllr Rosemarie Harris

Deputy Leader & Finance: Cllr Aled Davies

Housing and Countryside Services; Cllr Jonathan Wilkinson

Education: Cllr Myfanwy Alexander

HR & Communications: Cllr James Evans

Adult Social Care: Cllr Stephen Hayes

Regen & Planning: Cllr Martin Weale

Highways: Cllr Liam Fitzpatrick

Children, Youth, Libraries and Leisure Services: Cllr Rachel Powell

Property & Waste: Cllr Phyl Davies

 

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