Paul Arnott, EDDC’s new leader, is making changes to how the Council is run

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The change which people voted for last May, when voters end the Conservative majority on EDDC, is finally being reflected in the administration. After a year in which a group of Independents tried to rule in unofficial alliance with the Tories, a new majority has formed including the East Devon Alliance, Liberal Democrats, Progressive Independents and Greens.

EDA leader, Paul Arnott (who represents Colytonpaul-arnott-image) is the council’s new leader and has made impressive changes to the way EDDC will be run: see this account in East Devon Watch.

Jack Rowland and Dan Ledger, two of Seaton’s councillors, are in the Cabinet. I wish the new administration all the best.


Meanwhile, in another important development for Seaton and Colyton, a new news web site, Seaton Nub News, has been launched. I have a regular column – the first one is here.

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