The suspended chief executive of Conwy council who was found guilty of misconduct is resigning from his post, it has been announced.
Byron Davies, 52, was found guilty of misconduct by the council.
In March it emerged that Mr Davies has been found guilty of misconduct for being overly aggressive towards staff.
Minutes published by the council showed it had passed a resolution which found him guilty of misconduct, including claims he was rude and abrasive.
The council statement on Friday said: "Conwy County Borough Council Chief Executive Byron Davies will by mutual agreement resign from his post with effect from 17 June 2011.
My comment: I wonder how much this will cost the taxpayer and whether Suffolk County Council will take notice?
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Credit to Malice In Blunderland for bringing this to my attention.
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