On Tuesday, the topic of residential dumpsters will have Wichita Falls city leaders talking trash.
The council is considering tossing out alleyway dumpsters and replacing them with curbside containers.
It's a move officials say could save the city about $300,000.
But many are against that.
So to encourage them to switch leaders plan to offer a monthly rate reduction to those who convert.
But before councilors address the matter they first want to hear what you think.
The dumpster proposal will be discussed at Tuesday's council meeting which starts at 8:30 a.m.
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