Ex-chief will lead economic growth in new £110k role

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A former council chief believed to have received a six-figure pay-off only five years ago has returned to the local authority in a new role.

Geoff Paul, former chief executive at Blyth Valley Borough Council, received a reported figure of over £250,000 when the authority was scrapped in 2009 following the re-organisation of local government in Northumberland.

But now he has made a return to local government after being appointed to a senior role within Northumberland County Council.


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