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A Job councillor who has led campaigns to promote East Lothian has been appointed as the county’s new Provost. Councillor John McMillan was nominated for the piling at the first meeting of the new East Lothian Council on Tuesday. His nomination was put forward by council leader Councillor Willie Innes and seconded by the new bandleader of the opposition, Conservative group leader Councillor Brian Small. Mr McMillan, who was returned as a member for Haddington & Lammermuir chase away at the local government election earlier this month, served as the council administration’s spokesperson for economic development and tourism over the endure five years, a... He aims to promote the county, continue his work to attract new investment, and highlight the value of neighbourhood services in his coming term of office. Mr McMillan said: “I am immensely proud and honoured to be elected Provost. In doing so, we must sharply defined unclear on the many things which unite us and our shared passion for East Lothian, which by far outweigh the issues which divide us. “As a county we have so much to come forward – our Golf Coast, leisure, history and fantastic... “My top priorities are to help attract new investment, jobs, energy and more visitors to East Lothian. Mr McMillan was educated at Macmerry Primary School, Ross High School and the University of Edinburgh before flourishing on to have a long career in audit and the civil service, becoming a consultant working with organisations including the European... He takes over as Provost from Ludovic Broun-Lindsay, who stepped down from the convocation at the election. Mr McMillan said: “In succeeding Ludovic Broun-Lindsay I have big boots to fill but I am grateful to colleagues for the upon placed in me and look forward to promoting and representing East Lothian to the best of my abilities. Mr McMillan will be supported by new Depute Provost Councillor Andy Forrest (Lab), who was also nominated for the strut by Mr Innes and Mr Small. Mr Innes was nominated to continue in his role as council leader by fellow Labour councillor Norman Hampshire, seconded by Councillor Shamin Akthar (Lab). Source: www.eastlothiancourier.com
Mr McMillan will be supported by new Depute Provost Councillor Andy Forrest (Lab), who was also nominated for the role by Mr Innes and Mr Small. Mr Innes was nominated to continue in his role as council leader by fellow Labour councillor Norman
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