The WLGA has now announced who will make up the panel which will look into governance in Carmarthenshire County Council. The four members of the panel will spend the next few weeks talking to members of the council as well as "key partners" and stakeholders.
The four members are:
Byron Davies (former chief executive of Cardiff City Council)
Rod Alcott (formerly of the Wales Audit Office)
Cllr Paul Griffiths (Lab) - a serving county councillor in Rhondda Cynon Taf
Anne Nicholl (Plaid) - a former ministerial adviser
Mr Alcott has had the pleasure of working with Carmarthenshire's chief executive, Mark James, before when the two men were part of a special recovery team sent in to sort out education in Monmouthshire.
Whether the people who live in the county will be allowed to have their say is not clear, although nobody has a bigger stake in it.
Yesterday's political press release on the deliberations of Welsh Labour's National Executive is a timely reminder that the top brass in County Hall have learned nothing over the last year. After a brief lull in abuse of the council's press and PR machine while the chief executive took his extended leave of absence, it's clearly back to business as usual.
Can anyone tell us what they are reviewing?
And all this will nicely take to general election time ...
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