Long-standing Worthing councillor praised for her dedication on retirement
Released: Thursday, 18 May 2017
Tributes have been paid to a long-standing Worthing councillor who is stepping down after more than a decade in post.
Joan Bradley has served the Marine Ward since being elected in 2004.
During that time, she became well-known for work in her community and as chairman of the local authority's Planning Committee.
After 13 years in post, Joan has decided to retire and resign from her post.
The resignation could trigger a by-election in the ward. Details on this will follow in due course.
Councillor Dan Humphreys, leader of Worthing Borough Council, said:
“I want to pay tribute to Joan for contribution she has made to the town and the wider authority during her time as a councillor.”
“Serving since 2004 she has seen the borough change an awful lot. As a long-standing chairman of the planning committee she became a well-known figure across the borough, always taking on board a range of views and acting with fairness.”
“I wish her all the best for the future.”
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