The release of £3 million from the County Council reserves will fund resurfacing work on Buckinghamshire's minor roads.
Bill Chapple is the new Chairman of Buckinghamshire County Council. The new Vice Chairman is Val Letheren.
County Council Chairman Zahir Mohammed has paid tribute to those in the voluntary, civic, business and community sectors, for their contribution to Buckinghamshire life.
The Trustees of the Lionel Abel-Smith Trust held their Annual Meeting on 29th April
This year, there have been 193 more applications for primary school places in Buckinghamshire. A total of 6,353 applied for places on-time, significantly more than last year's figure of 6160.
The Government has appointed a new independent chair to head up Buckinghamshire's Children's Services Improvement Board.
David Lidington has received an encouraging letter from Lloyds Bank, Wendover, concerning the review of opening hours.
As the County Council's current £25 million investment programme to improve roads begins, the focus is firmly on taking steps to achieve the best possible value for money for over 200 separate schemes planned for the coming year.
Five parishes in the Risborough area became the first consortium to sign a deal to take over responsibility for a raft of County Council jobs, such as grass cutting, road sign cleaning, weeding and hedge trimming.
Buckinghamshire County Council has appointed Hugh Peart as its new Head of Legal to succeed Anne Davies, who is retiring.