WINDHAM — A town councilor in Windham has resigned following months of allegations of inappropriate conduct relating to the controversial move to join the county’s 911 dispatch operation.

Bill Tracy, chairman of the Town Council, submitted his letter of resignation late Monday, citing “personal reasons” for leaving his at-large seat on the council. He declined to comment further.

Tracy’s resignation comes in the wake of the town’s decision to shut down Windham’s dispatch center and join the county’s operation.

Tracy, a vice president and director of business banking at Gorham Savings Bank, was accused of being biased in his vote for the dispatching change.

Windham police Sgt. Michael Denbow, a 29-year veteran of the force, lost his job in August for allegedly using police resources to conduct an unauthorized investigation into whether Tracy had a conflict of interest. Denbow is appealing his termination.