After a busy week of extra budget meetings, it should be an early night for Collingwood councillors.
Council will consider a way to help you understand your hydro bills with all the confusion over the debt payments.
The town may petition the Ontario government to include in every hydro bill, an account of the remaining debt and an explanation of any continued fees once the debt has been paid off.
The province plans to continue charging Ontarians one billion dollars a year over the next six years to pay the 7.8 billion dollar hydro debt that was supposed to be paid off by 2012.
Council will also decide whether to sell a piece of town owned property at 105 Hurontario.
And a presentation will be made to council by the events manager of Wakestock, the annual wakeboarding event that's usually held in August.