Residents to foot bill for audit in Chapel
Chapel St Leonards residents will have to fork out for the cost of an audit following allegations of ‘poor behaviour and conduct’.
Michelle Sacks, East Lindsey District Council monitoring officer, addressed the council at a special audit meeting.
After the discussion it was confirmed she told them the following: “It is right that the parish council should pay for this audit as it arises as a result of allegations of poor behaviour and conduct. The time and cost of this audit is significant to the public purse. It is appropriate that the residents of Chapel St Leonards should pay for it. It... read more
- 17:12 16 global beach festivals you have to visit in 2017
- 17:11 Britain's FTSE falls most since June 2016 after PM May's Brexit speech
- 17:11 Gambia's President Jammeh declares state of emergency
- 17:11 Cats Protection charity shop in Morecambe shuts down
- 17:11 Chairs will give dads of newborns a place to rest at Warwick Hospital
- 17:11 Nigerian air force kills civilians by accident in northeastern...
- 17:11 Council tax rise planned for Calderdale residents
- 17:10 Man and wife councillors received a court summons over £700 unpaid...
- 17:09 Identity of fatal house fire victim is revealed by coroner’s office
- 17:09 Manchester United winning the FA Cup was the biggest achievement of...
- 17:09 State of emergency declared in The Gambia
- 17:09 Rape victims' champion who made legal history to be laid to rest in...
- 17:09 Hunt for Ben Geraghty wanted after string of violent crimes in Hull
- 17:09 The seven things Hull learnt from Theresa May's Brexit speech
- 17:09 Body anxious teens avoid PE, says report
- 17:08 Chelsea boss Antonio Conte identifies his No.1 target to replace...
- 17:08 A15 reopens after lorry overturns
- 17:07 Louis van Gaal's dream team: From Rivaldo to Luis Figo, Danny Blind...
- 17:07 Chelsea interested in Middlesbrough starlet Adama Traore as...
- 17:07 Sire De Grugy ruled out of Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence...
- 17:06 BMW, UK car industry say Britain needs to keep tariff-free EU trade
- 17:06 Harrogate mother felt "belittled and laughed at" during gym induction
- 17:05 Top tips if you’re heading to the slopes this season
- 17:05 E-fits released after woman is bundled into a car and slashed with...
- 17:05 French financier de Castries backs presidential hopeful Fillon
- 17:05 Applicator vs non applicator: the war of the tampons
- 17:05 Audi to expand electric car range in China with FAW
- 17:05 Police warn Sheffield residents after a spate of burglaries across...
- 17:05 Council's go-ahead for Reedley Road resurfacing
- 17:05 CUTS: ‘Staff shortage’ sees Bassetlaw Children’s Ward close to...