New BANES education supremo appointed after drink-drive resignation
A new cabinet member for early years, children and youth has been appointed at Bath and North East Somerset Council after the resignation of the authority’s deputy leader Councillor Nathan Hartley.
His Liberal Democrat colleague Councillor Dine Romero, who is the current deputy mayor of Bath and who represents Southdown, will replace him at the cabinet table.
Mr Hartley quit the cabinet, where he was also the council’s deputy leader, after being caught drink-driving.
No announcement has yet been made as to who will become number two to leader Councillor Paul Crossley.
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He said: “I’m delighted to be adding Dine to the cabinet. She has played an extremely active role on the council in the past and is an extremely hard worker representing residents in Southdown.”
Mrs Romero added: “Significant challenges are faced by Bath and North East Somerset Council to ensure that children and young people enjoy their childhood and are prepared for adult life. The council must play its part in tackling the problem of higher local unemployment amongst younger people by giving them hope through supporting them to learn new skills and life experiences. I look forward to working hard alongside our partners to achieve this.”
She attends her first cabinet meeting tonight.