Remaining members of Bardney Parish Council will hold a meeting tonight (Thursday) to plot a way ahead after a wave of resignations.
The resignations - and recriminations - have continued over the last few days.
Peter Hallett became the latest in a long line of now ex-councillors to resign.
He told the News he had stepped down after being wrongly accused of “pocketing money” from fundraising events held at the village hall.
Mr Hallett said he had contacted police about the allegations which, he revealed, had been made by another councillor.
He added: “I have been accused of ‘private enterprise’ - pocketing money - which is absolute rubbish. I haven’t done anything wrong.
“I have fought tooth and nail for this village for nine years but enough is enough.”
In a separate development, former councillor Mike McKenna has defended the regime led by his wife and former council chairman Dawn McKenna.
Mrs McKenna was one of the first councillors to resign - and was followed by more than half a dozen others.
In letter sent to the News, Mr McKenna hits back at claims made last week by Coun Terry Cash, who is one of six remaining councillors.
Coun Cash said there had been two factions within the council - an inner and outer council.
He said the inner faction - led by Mrs McKenna - had made all the key decisions.
He also claimed he had been subject to verbal abuse by a member of the public in a council meeting and Mrs McKenna had not intervened.
However, Mr McKenna denied that was the case and stressed Mrs McKenna had resigned for personal reasons - and not because she had been victimised.
In an interview with the News, Mrs McKenna said she had been the victim of vexatious allegations.
Mr McKenna said: “Knowing the Madam Chairman well, one thing she will never put up with is to be bullied or victimised and her reasons for resigning were personal.”
Mr McKenna went on to say he had resigned after he was informed remaining councillors were holding unscheduled meetings.
He added: “I also didn’t want to be associated with an organisation where bullying and harassment allegations had been made by both members of the public and employees.”
Mr McKenna said he was pleased remaining councillors were planning to contact West Lindsey District Council for advice and support.