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Councillors given new Positions of Responsibility at Annual Meeting

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At tonight’s Annual Meeting of Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council, members were appointed new Positions of Responsibility for the coming year.

These were as follows.

Environmental Services Committee

  • Chair – Alderman William King – UUP
  • Vice Chair – Councillor Russell Watton – PUP

Leisure & Development Committee

  • Chair – Councillor Boyd Douglas – TUV
  • Vice Chair – Councillor Darryl Wilson – UUP

Corporate Policy & Resources Committee

  • Chair – Sinn Fein (to be confirmed)
  • Vice Chair – Councillor George Duddy – DUP

Planning Committee

  • Chair – Councillor Roisin Loftus – SDLP
  • Vice Chair – Councillor Barney Fitzpatrick – Alliance

Audit Committee

  • Councillor Cara McShane – Sinn Fein
  • Councillor Orla Beattie – SDLP

Partnership Panel for Northern Ireland

  • Alderman John Finlay – DUP

Statutory Body

Councillor William McCandless – UUP

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