Top authority job for Suffolk's chief

SUFFOLK'S first woman chief executive, Lin Homer is leaving the county to take control of Britain's largest local authority.It is unclear when Mrs Homer, 44, will take up her post with Birmingham City Council or when her successor on Suffolk County Council will be in place.

SUFFOLK'S first woman chief executive, Lin Homer is leaving the county to take control of Britain's largest local authority.

It is unclear when Mrs Homer, 44, will take up her post with Birmingham City Council or when her successor on Suffolk County Council will be in place.

Mrs Homer, became the county's first woman chief executive when she was appointed to the top job in January 1998.


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