Cllr Andy Lugger (Southway) has questioned Labour-run Plymouth City Council on the delay to a consultation to review the city's election model.
Currently, Plymouth holds elections in what is known as 'thirds', which means that voters go to the polls three years out of four to elect their local councillors.
The Conservative Group Leader has asked questions of Plymouth City Council, wanting to know why a consultation to move to a four-yearly election model has stalled. It is thought that a four-yearly election cycle would save the City Council up to £1.4m of tax-payers money a decade.
"They are trying to kick it into the long grass," said Councillor Lugger of the Labour Administration.
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