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Resignation of Councillor Joy Brahim
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Resignation of Councillor Joy Brahim

Posted on 14 May 2021

A North Ayrshire Council spokesperson said: “Councillor Joy Brahim has tendered her resignation as ward member for Dalry and West Kilbride.

“Councillor Brahim has served as local elected member since May 2017.

“Since then she has been a strong and active member of the Council, sitting on the Audit and Scrutiny Committee, the Local Development Plan Committee and as a substitute member of both the Appeals Committee and Staffing and Recruitment.

“She was also a member of the Garnock Valley Locality Planning Partnership and the North Coast and Cumbrae Locality Planning Partnership.

“We thank Joy for the contribution has made to the Council over the past four years and wish her the very best for the future.”

Commenting on her departure, Ms Brahim said: “I am grateful to everyone I have worked with and for over the past four years to serve the Dalry & West Kilbride ward, including constituents and community groups, Council officers, and fellow Councillors. I extend my best wishes to all.”