12:02PM, Thursday 22 November 2012
New faces have been added to the Royal Borough's ruling cabinet after a reshuffle.
Council leader Cllr David Burbage (Con, Bray) said the changes, which include expanding it from seven members to 10, have been made to 'make the most of talent in the group'.
Cllr Burbage, who remains cabinet chairman, and has responsibility for HR and legal matters.
He said a decision on whether the council will dispense with the job of chief executive is yet to be made. It is considering dividing responsibility among senior councillors and officers.
Dropping out is Cllr Richard Kellaway (Con, Bisham and Cookham), who was responsible for finance and is set to take on another role.
His responsibilities will be taken by deputy leader Cllr Simon Dudley (Con, Maidenhead Riverside), previously in charge of adult and community services.
The new cabinet and their responsibilities will now be:
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