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What does ACX stand for?

ACX stands for Assistant Chief Executive (South Holland, UK)

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North Warwickshire Borough Council assistant chief executive Steve Maxey said: "It costs us - and hence our council tax payers - a staggering PS650,000 a year to clear up flytipping; a sum we could better spend elsewhere if people disposed of their rubbish in a responsible way.
The BCDR's participation in this conference aimed to introduce the chamber's alternative solutions to resolving disputes to those companies which have commercial relations with GCC-based firms," said chief registrar and assistant chief executive for mediation Ali Al Aradi.
With 22 chief executives, 22 assistant chief executives, 22 heads of planning, 22 assistant heads of planning, etc In the Vale of Glamorgan we have had a chief executive's wages close to pounds 200,000 per year, plus golden pension costing another pounds 200,000 per year with a secretary and office expenses.
Before joining Isos, Richard was assistant chief executive of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, and before that spent 15 years at Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council where he rose to become one of three assistant chief executives.
During the meeting, the committee hosted Tamer al Shandedi Assistant Chief Executive Officer for Development and Marketing and Issam al Barwani Assistant Chief Executive Officer of Morea Company for Tourism Development.
On the day more than 30 volunteers and staff joined in the fun, with Interim Chair Frances Street, Acting Chief Executive Dr Janet Atherton and Assistant Chief Executive, Barbara Strong.