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New Town Mayor
New Elstree & Borehamwood Town Mayor
Councillor Clive Butchins has been elected as Elstree & Borehamwood’s new Town Mayor replacing Councillor Richard Butler after his year in office.
The Hillside representative was elected by unanimous vote at the Full Council meeting in Fairway Hall on Wednesday 11th May.
Councillor Butler thanked all the council staff who have assisted him during his time in office before handing over the reins to Councillor Butchins.
In his first speech as Mayor, Councillor Butchins addressed the gallery saying
“I am most honoured by your confidence that I will represent the Town once again with the necessary commitment and devotion. I promise that I will do my very best to fulfil your expectations.”
He went on to say
“Last time I was in this position I said that I wanted to prioritise youth – thinking about the children of this Parish who represent the future for us all. To that end I was able to visit some of the schools, but unfortunately not all of them, so this time I shall aim to at least visit the ones that I have so far missed.”
Kenilworth Councillor Eric Silver was elected as the town council’s new Deputy Mayor and will work alongside Councillor Butchins.
Queens 90th Birthday
Pre Festival 7th May 2016
Elstree & Borehamwood's Got Talent 2016
Elstree & Borehamwood Classic Car Show 2016
Transport & Road Safety Forum
Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council
INVITATION TO LOCAL BUSINESS OWNERS
Open Meeting of Town Council's:
Fairway Hall, Brook Close, WD6 5BT
Wednesday 13 April 2016 at 7.30 pm
The aims of the Forum are:
• To strengthen Community engagement.
• To raise issues with appropriate public bodies. In particular, to lobby on behalf of the local business Community.
• To represent to the Town Council the views of the local business Community on a range of issues, including matters of central Government policy (e.g. grants, transport infrastructure and business support) and the activities of local service providers and support agencies.
• To identify opportunities and assist in the promotion of Elstree and Borehamwood as a visitor destination and as a beneficiary of indigenous and inward investment. As part of this promotion, emphasis is to be given to Elstree and Borehamwood as a safe, clean and vibrant commercial environment.
For more information contact the Council Offices on 0208 207 1382