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Lincolnshire County Council allowances: How they voted

Lincolnshire County Council members have voted to give themselves a 23 per cent pay rise.

Lincolnshire County Council members have voted to give themselves a 23 per cent pay rise.

 

Lincolnshire County Council has today released a list of how individual councillors voted on the Independent Remuneration Panel (IRP)’s recommendation to increase members’ allowances by 23 per cent. The vote took place at the Full Council meeting on Friday (February 21).

To find out further details about the vote, read our previous article here.

County councillors in the Louth and Mablethorpe area voted as follows:

Anthony Bridges (Con), Louth Rural North: Absent

Sarah Dodds (Lab), Louth North: Against

John Hough (Lab), Louth South: Against

Hugo Marfleet (Con), Louth Wolds: For

Daniel McNally (UKIP), Louth Marsh: Absent

Stephen Palmer (Lincolnshire Independent), Alford and Sutton: Against

Anne Reynolds (UKIP), Mablethorpe: For

To download the full voting record on the allowances recommendations, visit the Lincolnshire County Council website here.

 

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