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Chief Executive Tony McArdle to step down

11 January 2018

Lincolnshire County Council’s Chief Executive, Tony McArdle, will be stepping down after over twelve years in the role.

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Tony McArdle

He will hand over his formal Chief Executive responsibilities following February’s council meeting, but will continue work on some key projects whilst a new Chief Executive is appointed, until departing in the summer.

Cllr Martin Hill, Leader of Lincolnshire County Council, said “Tony joined the council in difficult times, and has been a key part of its transformation which has resulted in Lincolnshire being a high performing, innovative council recognised at a national level. I know I speak for many people when I say we have enjoyed working with him and wish him every success for the future.

Tony said:

It’s been a terrific experience for me throughout the time that I have been here, but the time is right for a change and I want to make that change this year. Lincolnshire is a great authority and I am proud of all that’s been achieved working with officers and councillors. I will be leaving the council in good shape to meet its ambitions for the future.

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