Town Council Welcomes Two New Councillors
Flitwick Town Council is delighted to welcome two new Councillors for East Ward. Howard Hodges was elected Town Councillor in the local elections on 6th May. Ashwin Chacko was co-opted to serve as a Councillor at the Town Council meeting on 18th May.
Commenting on his co-option Councillor Chacko, who has lived in Flitwick for six years said: “I’m passionate for this town and its needs. I will aim to work towards ensuring the town continues to offer community space, infrastructure to support the town growth and making it safer for all groups. I hope to work and interact for you all.”
Councillor Hodges has had a long career in IT and is currently an IT Problem Management specialist for a construction group.
“I’ve lived in Flitwick for over 20 years, and I love the character of the area. I’m keen to protect the open spaces we have which can be used for recreation and to preserve the green belt where we can. I commend the Council for the provision of play areas in the town, and for the development of Flitwick Manor Park for residents.”
With the co-option of Councillor Ashwin Chacko, and the election of Councillor Howard Hodges, the Town Council is now back to a full 17 Councillors.