How Lincolnshire County Councillors Voted On Their Pay Rise
February 24th 2014This is breakdown of how the county councillors voted on the motion to give themselves a pay increase of at least 23%. At a meeting of the full council on 21st February, a majority of councillors voted to allow themselves the increase in their basic allowance, so the increase was passed by 50 votes to 20.
There were no abstentions, but seven councillors were absent. It's notable that not all seven of the councillors were absent throughout the whole day. Some of them left early, because there were 73 of them present during the earlier budget votes.
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