TOWN hall leaders face a grilling over plans that could lead to Huddersfield's public library and art gallery being knocked down.
A meeting is being held after a huge wave of protest broke out when the demolition suggestion was made by Kirklees Council's Cabinet.
Other councillors will be officially handed details for the first time.
And the public is being asked to join in - either by attending or sending in views.
This could lead to a move to question Cabinet members more closely.
The meeting is being held 10 weeks after it was revealed that the library needed £5m repairs.
The council's Liberal Democrat rulers said it might be a better idea to bulldoze the building - along with Queensgate market and its multi-storey car park - and redevelop the area.
A report summarising the issues will be revealed to the council overview and scrutiny panel next Tuesday.
Labour's Clr Jean Calvert said: "This is the first time councillors will have heard this information in a public meeting.
"Members of the public are welcome to attend."
Council leaders have pledged full consultation on the proposals. It could be next March before experts come up with a solution, they say.
Some councillors say the Cabinet has already made up its mind - a claim fiercely denied.
To make your views known, phone Penny Bunker on 01484 221944, email email@example.com or write to the Scrutiny Office at Huddersfield Town Hall.
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