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Kent CC chief executive Paul Sabin is to quit after 12 years. ...
Kent CC chief executive Paul Sabin is to quit after 12 years.

Mr Sabin (54) has said he will not renew his contract, reputed to be among the most lucrative in the country at about£105,000 a year, when it ends in May 1998.

His departure will coincide with the creation of the new Medway unitary, which will see Kent lose control over both Rochester and Gillingham.

Earlier this year, Mr Sabin publicly warned the Labour-Liberal Democrat administration that it was setting a 'high risk' budget.

Mr Sabin joined Conservative-controlled Kent in April 1986 from Birmingham City Council, where he was deputy chief executive, and implemented major changes to the management structure.
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