Pembrokeshire chief Bryn Parry-Jones gets £330k pay-off
A severance deal worth £330,000 has been agreed for Pembrokeshire chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones to quit his job, BBC Wales understands.
Councillors voted 29-23 in favour of the deal at a meeting in Haverfordwest on Thursday.
Mr Parry-Jones will leave his post on 31 October.
This deal follows a row over cash payments in lieu of pension contributions which the Wales Audit Office said were unlawful.
Abigail Neal reports.
16 Oct 2014
- From the section Wales