Carmarthenshire County Council has 74 elected councillors, and so far only a small minority have put pen to paper to write an annual report.
The latest report comes from Peter Cooper (Saron, Lab.). Cllr Cooper is the first to reject the council's template in favour of his own. Nothing wrong with that, except that his report does not include any statistics about meeting attendance.
As you would expect from a backbench councillor, Cllr Cooper's report concentrates on local issues, of which the most prominent is the hugely controversial Tirychen Farm development at Penybanc.
Cllr Cooper says he has opposed this development from the word go. Unfortunately his Labour colleagues on the planning committee voted en bloc to allow it to proceed, although the report does not go into that sort of unnecessary detail.