A SPECIAL committee that discusses disciplinary matters and complaints against Suffolk County Council staff is today expected to consider the “anonymous whistle-blowing complaint” against chief executive Andrea Hill.
The discipline and appeals committee does not have a regular schedule of meetings, unlike most other county bodies, it only meets when there is a specific matter to discuss.
A meeting of the committee is due to take place today – although the details of what will be on the agenda have remained confidential, it is understood the claim against Mrs Hill will be heard.
A spokesman for the county council told the EADT he could not comment on whether the committee would be discussing issues arising from the inquiry into an “anonymous whistle-blowing complaint” against chief executive Andrea Hill apparently made by a member of the legal services team.
However while its deliberations will be in private, it is understood a decision about the outcome of the meeting will be published after it has concluded.
My comment: I just hope they don't try and whitewash the whole affair.
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