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Comment on Fireworks expected over Deputy Mayor position by Ian Sharp.

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Fireworks expected over Deputy Mayor position
There is no entitlement to the position of Deputy Mayor and I would be surprised if Steve Brown expected to gain the position on the basis of the votes in the council election.
The D/Mayor is elected by the Council, and they will take many things into account, and come up with the best person for the job. Let’s hope the Council can get over this first hurdle without acrimony.
Eli has handed back the boxing gloves, that is a good start.


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Sad all round. Hope everyone can just put it all behind them and move on, Council business should be the priority. Let’s not go down the American route, formal complaints and litigation, soon we’d all need personal therapists and a legal team.


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@ Gareth: I’m with Erwin on this one. Clearly labelled “comment”.


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@ Charlie Carter: Took your advice to John Bell, re-read Marcias’ article. Easily found. Puts a lot in perspective. Cheers.


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Well said, Alan Harrison.


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Thanks for the very informative article Kieran, much to ponder.


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