At the same time, she refuses to confirm reports that she authorised a £100,000 pay-off to get rid of the biking Duncan Kerr who mysteriously and suddenly quit the job a couple of months ago - the Grantham Journal says he was sacked.
The Council insists that their deal with Duncan Kerr to quietly pedal all the way to the bank is "confidential" and nothing to do with us - local taxpayers who are forced to stump up the money!
Congratulations of course to Beverly Agass, whose appointment as new Chief Exec was rubber-stamped at a meeting of SKDC. I don't know if anyone else even applied for the job, but I'm sure we all wish her well.
And congratulations to the Grantham Journal for asking the right questions.
The Journal reports that the council voted to get rid off former boss Duncan Kerr and
The position of chief executive was only open to internal candidates already working within the council.Except of course, that if she wasn't "already working here", she wouldn't have been allowed to even apply for the job!
Council leader Linda Neal defended the appointment process.
She said: "I would like to state emphatically, Mrs Agass actually got the job - we did not give it to her.
"There was nothing about the whole process that gave any leeway to Mrs Agass because she was already working here."
For the record, I've posted on the debacle HERE, HERE, and HERE
mysterious departure of Duncan-the-bike-Kerr.