A LONG-SERVING Conservative councillor has been reselected to stand in Ombersley in the county council elections.
Coun Tony Miller was first elected to the authority in 2010 and has served on various committees including the Police and Crime Commission Panel and the Fire Authority.
Coun Miller, who was employed in the electronics industry and spent the last 15 years of his working life as an audio forensics engineer, was also Worcestershire County Council Chairman in 2016.
He is currently the Cabinet Member with Responsibility for the Environment and has served as a Wychavon District Councillor for the past 28 years.
Coun Miller, who has two sons and five grandchildren, said his wife Katharine had been great support over the years.
“I have always aimed to represent the views of the parishes and community accurately and impartially and to follow through matters that affect them.
“I also have great sympathy with our farming community in these present times and, as a lead member of the Rivers, Flood and Coastal Committee (RFCC) which is working with DEFRA and the NFU, spend much time engaging with our landowners on flood alleviation and defence.”