This morning's (Thurs.) extraordinary full council meeting concerning the north county secondary education review will be streamed over the internet.
The live webcast can be watched from 9am at the following link:
My previous post revealed how former chief executive of Pembrokeshire County Council, Bryn Parry-Jones, utilised previously unspent sums from his monthly car al...
Last week the Information Commissioner’s Office made an important appeal decision concerning transparency and accountability around local authorities̵...
Share this...I was at County Hall on Friday afternoon and as twilight approached I noticed the council chamber lights were aglow. I stuck my nose in thinking I might catch IPPG members partaking in one of their non-secret secret meetings. The public gallery g... Read more →
And so the festivities are just a distant memory. Although the baubles have been neatly stowed in attics up and down the land and won’t be thought about...
As 2014 nears its end, let’s take a few minutes to look back on an eventful year at the Kremlin on Cleddau. The unlawful tax-dodge pension scheme was scra...
Last Thursday’s meeting of full council had a few festive treats for council-watchers, and in this bumper blogpost (it has been a while since I last posted, after all) I run through some of the highlights. If you want to see the webcast for the meeting ... Read more →
A topic that’s been on Pembrokeshire people’s lips for nine months has been given the national mainstream media treatment this week: Bryn Parry-Jone...
One of the strong elements of local government – at least in Pembrokeshire – is the influence unelected officers have over proposals submitted by councillors. They don’t have a vote, the ability to debate or the technical ability to veto, but... Read more →
As the dust settles on the chief executive’s protracted departure, many questions remain. One is how the package Bryn Parry-Jones eventually fled the authority for was different to the one which 29 councillors pushed through the council chamber on 16th O... Read more →
UPDATE: The court injunction to prevent the revised pay-off from going ahead has failed. The papers were formally lodged at the eleventh hour by Cllr. Paul Mill...