Next Thursday, Dundee City Council will meet to decide how it intends to save more than £12 million from its spending next year.
Council leaders insist they will find a budget that protects frontline services – though critics claim further cuts, combined with price rises for several public services, will impact negatively on the public.
The Tele wants to know what you think. Where should the cuts be made? Who’s to blame for them? And what areas should be protected from the squeeze on cash?
Tell us below, and we’ll reveal the full results as part of our build-up to budget day next week.