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Council remains a Lib Dem stronghold


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ollowing the elections on Thursday, May 3, Three Rivers District Council remains in


control of the Liberal Democrats even though the ruling party lost one seat. The Lib Dem emerged from the elections with


28 seats, a loss of one. The Conservative group remain unchanged with 14 seats while the Labour group won six seats, an increase of two. Turnout was 30.93 per cent. The winners in selected ward were:


Abbots Langley: David Major (Lib Dem), 736 votes Ashridge Ward: Mary-Louise Straub Nolan (Labour), 335 votes Carpenders Park: Terry Dos Ramos ( Con), 675 votes Chorleywood East: Chris Hayward (Con), 815 votes Chorleywood West: Sue Stibbs (Lib Dem), 1,028 votes Croxley Green: Brian Norman (Lib Dem), 795 votes Hayling Stephen King (Labour), 421 votes Langlebury: Chris Whately-Smith (Lib


Dem), 700 votes Leavesden: Keith Williams (Lib Dem), 686 votes Maple Cross and Mill End: Peter Wakeling (Lib Dem), 613 votes Moor Park and Eastbury: Amrit Mediratta (Con) 955 votes Northwick: Ana Bakshi (Labour), 430 votes Oxhey Hall: Alison Scarth (Lib Dem), 545 votes Penn: Sarah Nelmes (Lib Dem), 294 votes Rickmansworth: Paula Hiscocks (Con), 694 votes Rickmansworth West: Russell Smith (Con),


653 votes


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