The two candidates to become president of the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives & Senior Managers have given answers to a series of questions submitted to LGC by officers from across local government.
This year is the first occasion in which Solace’s presidency will be determined by a ballot of its membership after both Doncaster MBC chief executive Jo Miller and her Luton BC counterpart Trevor Holden announced they were standing for the society’s top post.
The two are competing to replace Birmingham City Council’s chief executive Mark Rogers whose term of office expires next month, in the ballot that opens today. The winner will be announced at Solace’s summit in Gateshead on 12 October.
You can read the two candidates’ answers to a series of questions submitted via Twitter or emails, or by LGC, by clicking on the links below.