Chief departure has 'no link' to joint working move

By Paul Marinko | 15 November 2019

Allerdale BC has insisted there is ‘no link’ between chief executive Ian Frost’s departure and a decision to establish joint working with neighbouring Copeland BC.

Mr Frost left the council this week ‘by mutual consent’ after more than six years in charge and, subject to a decision of the full council next month, corporate director Andrew Seekings will become interim chief executive for the next year.

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