Two councillors are accused of making physical threats, bribes and racist remarks towards residents at official meetings.
A litany of complaints have been made against Cllr Terry McEvoy and Cllr Paul Roberts who are chairman and vice chairman of the Billinge Parish Council.
The allegations also include bullying and intimidating of residents, telling others to “shut up” and not upholding democratic process.
Both Cllr McEvoy and Cllr Roberts deny the majority of the allegations set out against them and maintain they did not breach the council codes of conduct.
The pair will now face the St Helens Council’s standards committee over their alleged behaviour on Monday, June 12 at 2pm.
The code of conduct hearing will take place in the town hall and members at the meeting will decide the fate of the two parish councilors.