The cabinet at St Edmundsbury Borough Council which sets the agenda for decision making, has appointed two new members.
Cllr Sarah Stamp who represents Southgate Ward, becomes arts and culture member, while Clare Cllr Alaric Pugh joins Cllr Terry Clements in an expanded transport, planning and economic development portfolio.
Cllr Sara Mildway-White remains deputy leader but is now responsible for health and wellbeing.
Cllr Robert Everitt remains community portfolio holder with responsibility for Bury St Edmunds, while Cllr Peter Stevens, porfolio holder for environment and waste, has been given responsibility for the borough’s villages, Cllr Anne Gower, is porfolio holder for housing, social care, and Haverhill, while Cllr David Ray keeps responsibility for performance and resources.
Council leader Cllr John Griffith said: “I am very pleased to welcome two extremely able councillors to the Cabinet.
“I know that Sarah and Alaric will help us deliver new ways of working so that we can continue to keep Council taxes as low as possible while maintaining and improving the services we deliver for our residents.”