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Ian Chittenden

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ian chittinden

Candidate 2019 MBC local elections, Maidstone North East Division, Our Kent County Councillors

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Ian is 65 and retired in 2009 after 40 years as a senior manager with a major contractor in the construction industry. He has lived in Maidstone for nearly 40 years with his wife and has two grown up children and four grandchildren.

He has been a County Councillor for the Maidstone North East Division since 2008 and has just been elected for his third term. He has also been a Maidstone Borough Councillor. He has previously been a member of the Kent Police Authority where he led on roads policing, and was Chairman of the Strategic Committee of Kents Road Casualty Reduction Partnership. He has previously been Chairman of the Vinters Park Residents Association and was a Bearsted Parish Councillor for twelve years.

Ian is a trustee of the Howard de Walden Centre in Bluett Street, providing community facilities for various local organisations.

He is the KCC Lib Dem Group Spokesperson on the Environment, Highways and Waste Cabinet Committee and, also sits on the Planning Committee at KCC.

Ian says:

"My priorities will be for the next four years, if elected back onto the MBC, include fighting to improve the condition of our local roads and footways, protecting our countryside and green spaces, improving local community facilities and especially dealing with issues raised by local residents".