Councillors are preparing for another year of big decisions in 2019 – with the council expected to have to find savings of up to £18 million when it sets its budget set next month.
The Scottish Government has said that the local authority could mitigate some of that by raising up to £1.9m through a hike in council tax bills, potentially reducing the need to cut other services.
But with many families already feeling the pinch, such a decision could leave more folk with less to spend on the essentials.
Council tax was frozen across the country for about a decade before it was finally put up by the council in 2017 by 2.5% – and bills were raised again in 2018 by a further 3%.
We want to know your views around council tax. Would you be happy to pay a little bit extra to prevent hard-hitting cuts in other areas? Or do you already feel like you’re paying enough?