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Cllr

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Councillor
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Speaking after the meeting, Cllr McTigue said she took the role seriously and hoped councillors from all factions would come together to do their best for the people of Middlesbrough.
Cllr Stuart Whittingham Current Highways and Transport member Cllr Stuart Whittingham is one of three - alongside Cllrs Janette Williamson and Angie Davies - considered to be favourites to succeed the current leader.
But Cllr Simmonds said the email was not meant as an insult but as a comment on the authority's performance.
Cllr Poole made the complaint to the interim monitoring officer on July 30 having considered Cllr Simmonds to have breached the public behaviour aspect of the code of conduct.
The new face to Cllr Davies' Labour cabinet is Cllr Paul Stuart, who will take on the role of Law and Order.
But he complains that Cllr. Cooper Kruah has not signed the stipulation from the Chambers Justice before whom he (Cllr.
He will be supported by Cllr Allan Andrews who takes over from Cllr Gary Crookes as deputy leader.
Cllr Furey, who was elected as leader when Cllr Paul Cotterill stood down in May, has been replaced by his deputy, Cllr John Fillis.
The attack on Cllr Hussey, council vice-chairman, took place at a special meeting held on March 6 last year.
A special meeting of the full council yesterday removed Cllr Jones from his role as leader in a tight vote.
Conservative Cllr Lynn Hall was chosen as ceremonial mayor of Stockton, following in the footsteps of her late father Lawrence Wild, who held the position in 1977/78.
Council leader Cllr Phil Davies said Cllr Patrick will leave his post in "early October", and thanked him for his "hard work and contribution".