CONSERVATIVE chiefs have constructed on their County Hall election success by reappointing Coun Simon Geraghty as chief.
Coun Geraghty grew to become chief in January 2016 and has represented the Riverside Division in Worcester for the county council since 2005.
More than 20 new councillors attended their first council assembly at County Hall following the native elections on May 6 which noticed the Tories smash all current data to win 45 of the 52 seats on supply.
Coun Adrian Hardman has been appointed deputy chief and retains his grownup social care portfolio as will Coun Marcus Hart at schooling.
Outspoken councillor Alan Amos stays at highways within the new cabinet whereas Coun Tony Miller continues at atmosphere.
Coun Andy Roberts would be the cabinet member for youngsters and households, Coun Karen May will look after well being and wellbeing and Coun Matt Dormer has been handed the communities transient.
Returning county councillor Marc Bayliss will deal with the financial system andskills transient whereas Coun Adam Kent is cabinet member for company companies and communication.
“In selecting my new cabinet I was keen to have a team that can build on the positive progress we have made in the past five years since I first took on the role of leader,” Coun Geraghty mentioned.
“I’d wish to thank these councillors who have been on the earlier cabinet for all their arduous work through the years. I imagine this new workforce will assist us transfer ahead and allow us to proceed constructing on the constructive modifications we’ve got delivered throughout Worcestershire in recent times.
“I’m trying ahead to working with them to take this county ahead, as we get better from the pandemic.
“This cabinet will work to deliver our ambitious agenda for the county, provide good quality services and deliver value for money.”