Most of the handsomely paid members of the governing Executive Board, including Kevin Madge (Lab, £47,500), Tegwen Devichand (Lab, £31,120), Jeff Edmunds (Lab), Jane Tremlett (Ind), Mair Stephens (Ind) and Jim Jones (Ind), each on £28,780, have yet to go to the trouble of telling their electors and the rest of us what they have been up to during the last year. The same is true of Anthony Jones (Lab) who receives £21,910 for chairing the Planning Committee.
Cllr Evans was one of the new intake in May 2012, but despite his short time in office, anyone thinking about printing out his annual report would be well advised to consider the cost of printer ink first.
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Having dispensed with his more or less local activities, Cllr Evans goes on to list 19 separate achievements in his role as member of the Executive Board. These include increasing recycling rates at the Council's Waste Recycling Centres from 41% to 76.94% in just a year.
If only he had tried 0.06% harder.
This is followed by a further 20 bullets points listing the council's achievements in the field of waste management and several more accompanying paragraphs of rubbish-related activities.
All of this would have exhausted any lesser mortal, but as we can see from the snap below when he took time out to save All Saints Church in Ammanford, SuperCol looks very relaxed:
With four more years left in office, Colin is on course to solve the problem of global warming well before we go back to the polls.