Former Solace chief takes crisis pay cut

By Heather Jameson | 25 March 2020

Former Solace president Jo Miller has taken a 10% pay cut as her council launched a range of measures to support local people and businesses amid the coronavirus crisis.

Ms Miller, a former Doncaster MBC chief executive, left the UK to become the chief at Hutt City Council in New Zealand last year.

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