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Four councillors to handle ward business for Exton

Date Published: 10 January 2017
Rutland County Council

People living in Exton Ward can now contact one of four Rutland County Councillors if they have an issue or a problem they need to discuss.

Councillors Alan Walters, Andrew Stewart, Kenneth Bool and Nick Begy will represent the interests of Exton residents and handle any ward business for the area while Councillor Terry King is absent through ill health.

Councillor King began an extended leave of absence from his role as Leader of Rutland County Council and Ward Member for Exton in December. Councillor Tony Mathias remains as Acting Leader.

Councillors Walters, Stewart, Bool and Begy each take on responsibility for a different area of Exton Ward, as follows: 

Egleton village
Councillor Alan Walters
Email: awalters@rutland.gov.uk
Phone: 07540 723 486

Ashwell village
Councillor Andrew Stewart
Email: astewart@rutland.gov.uk
Phone: 01572 767 662 

Exton village
Councillor Kenneth Bool
Email: kbool@rutland.gov.uk
Phone: 01572 813 356

All other areas
Councillor Nick Begy
Email: nbegy@rutland.gov.uk
Phone: 01572 720 548

Councillor King’s duties as Portfolio Holder for Finance and Development are also being delegated for the duration of his absence. Councillor Tony Mathias will take on responsibility for Finance and Councillor Oliver Hemsley will handle Development.

“Councillor King and his family would like to thank well-wishers for the many messages of support they have received and continue to ask for privacy. While he is absent, Exton residents will be represented by several of our Elected Members to ensure they can continue to engage with the Council and raise any issues that are affecting them. Specific services and projects that fall under the portfolio of ‘Finance and Development’ will be overseen by myself and Cllr Oliver Hemsley respectively.”
Councillor Tony Mathias, Acting Leader

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