A NEW district councillor, who has not attended a meeting of the full authority since February, should resign - or Fenstanton residents should tell him to go, Liberal Democrats say. Councillor Paul Dakers, who lives in St Ives, was elected in May last year to represent Fenstanton on Huntingdonshire District Council. He had a full attendance record at full council meetings until February 20 this year, but has been seen at only one working group meeting since then, qualifying him to continue to receive his councillor's allowance of more than £4,000 a year. But he has no plans to stand down. He has sent apologies for absence from three council meetings and eight meetings of one of HDC's scrutiny panels of which he is a member, meaning he has attended only eight per cent of the meetings at which he was expected in the last six months, according to the council's website. Cllr Dakers, a lorry driver, has been at only one official meeting since February - of a scrutiny panel working group on lorry parking facilities in the district in late April. But that was sufficient to start the clock ticking for a further six months.