Council 'wage' bill.A REPORT reveals that a total of pounds 429,726.76 was paid to Warwickshire Warwickshire (wŏ`rĭkshĭr), county (1991 pop. 477,000), 975 sq mi (2,525 sq km), central England. The county seat is Warwick. The terrain is gently rolling, with outcroppings of the Cotswold Hills in the south. county councillors in basic allowances and expenses in the year to March, 1999.
Topping the league was council leader Cllr Ian Botrill (Lab, Bedworth Bedworth (bĕd`wərth), town (1991 pop. 41,991), Warwickshire, central England. Located in a former coal-mining region, it is a residential and industrial town in the district of Nuneaton and Bedworth. Brickmaking is the major economic activity. Mount Pleasant), who picked up more than pounds 17,400.
Each councillor is paid a basic allowance of pounds 3,600 and those who chair committees or have other responsibilities are given extra amounts.
Cllr Pam Davis (Con, Leamington Leamington, town, Canada
Leamington (lē`mĭngtən, lĕm`–), town (1991 pop. 14,182), S Ont., Canada, on Lake Erie. In a market-gardening area, it has large canneries. It is the gateway to Point Pelée National Park. Manor A house, a dwelling, or a residence.
Historically under English Law, a manor was a parcel of land granted by the king to a lord or other high ranking person. Incident to every manor was the right of the lord to hold a court called the court baron, which was organized to ) claimed just pounds 180 on top of her basic allowance, making her the lowest "paid" councillor.