Posted on Tuesday, 9th August 2016 | 10 Comments Visitors to this site will have noticed, there has been very little movement with either new posts or comments. Part of the reason, is that with the resignation of the majority of the parish council including the person behind the troubles, there has been at least one solution to the problems that have plagued the council and many will feel this is the end of it. A resignation does not absolve the person who has caused two families a great deal of hurt and distress by his conceited and shameless behaviour. The reason this site was created was to ask questions about a report that the person behind this sorry saga and some of his colleagues on the council tried to hide from the residents of Melbourn. Despite the resignations it still remains the goal of this site to see this report in the public domain. Unfortunately, there is a temporary glitch, the parish council, such as it is, have received a letter from a solicitor trying to suppress the content of the report. It is now in the hands of the ICO (Information Commissioners Office) and we await their decision. Let us be clear. The former councillor who held a very ‘public position’, has admitted to at least some of the accusations that are in the document. In public he has been accused of behaviour including abuse and threats which are unpardonable. This person has not apologised for the hurt and trouble he has caused and as you will have read on this site there is no doubt as to the person’s guilt and the stress he has caused. The assertion made at the last full council meeting that one of the persons subjected to the harassment was nothing more than a sub-contractor and therefore outside of any rules of decency, is disgraceful. There are residents who have made comments on this site and within the village which indicate they fully support the former councillor and all his actions. To those I ask why? Do you really believe that what this person has done (and admitted to) is acceptable behaviour or perhaps you are of the same mind as another resident when they said ‘you’re a girl you should expect this type of treatment’? Let us hope we get a resolution and that all, including the new parish council learn by this tragic affair.