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Monday, 17 March 2014
History Corner: Office Furniture
Two chief executives are involved in a tug of war over their office furniture, The Western Mail reports
Two chief executives are involved in a tug of war over their office furniture, The Western Mail reports (p3).
Parry-Jones took the furniture he chose for his former office at
Llanelli Town Hall with him when he was appointed chief executive of
Pembrokeshire UA, and the new authority willingly agreed to pay the
Llanelli Borough Council valuation of £1,650.
says the Mail, members of the new Carmarthenshire Unitary Authority have now
instructed their chief executive Roderic Morgan to recover the furniture
as it is 'an asset they are to inherit.'
Mr Morgan says it will be needed because he intends to use the office at Llanelli on a regular basis.
The Western Mail says Mr Morgan could have a long wait, because the leader of Llanelli Borough Council, Wynn Jenkins, says:
far as I am concerned the furniture is staying in Pembrokeshire - and
they have already sent us a cheque for it.' He said that under Welsh
Office rules Llanelli was entitled to dispose of anything under the
value of £100,000 without consulting the shadow authority.