Approval is set to be given for the Royal Borough's 2012/13 budget at a full council meeting tonight.
The budget report, which includes the proposal that Maidenhead and Windsor's council tax be cut by 1.5 per cent, is due before councillors at Windsor Guildhall.
If given the nod, it will be implemented next month.
Members' questions, including an enquiry about the decline of bees, are also due to be put to councillors at the meeting tonight.
Cllr Philip Love (Con, Belmont) is expected to ask if the borough has a policy of using nectar-rich plants in its flowerbeds.
Other questions which have been submitted include a request for examples of service improvements and council tax saving programmes the council is pursuing in order to be able to cut council tax.
A copy of the budget report can be viewed here alongside the agenda for the meeting, which starts at 7.30pm.
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