A MEETING to discuss ‘whistle blowing allegations’ against Suffolk County Council’s controversial chief executive Andrea Hill has been adjourned until Monday.
The dismissals appeals committee met yesterday to consider a report into issues raised about Mrs Hill but ended without conclusion.
Mrs Hill attended the meeting, which was a follow up to a previous meeting in June when the committee was able to resolve some of the allegations made against her but asked for a number to be examined in more detail.
It also broadened the scope of the probe, calling on the investigation team to scrutinise her expense claims following Freedom of Information requests.
A spokesman for the authority said: “The dismissals appeals committee met today to consider the report into the allegations against the chief executive Andrea Hill.
“The committee has adjourned its deliberations until 9am on Monday 4 July, following which its conclusions will be announced.”