Garbage and organics discussions make its way back to council chambers today (mon). Council is set to make decisions that could see different cart sizes and whether or not a new curbside organics program will be funded through property taxes or a waste utility fee. Originally, city administration recommended fees to cover the costs of waste and organics collection instead of paying for the services through property taxes. Going this route would reduce property taxes by 3.5 per cent but would add user fees. Last month, City Council approved a city-wide curbside organics program for single-family homes. Today’s meeting starts at 1 p.m. at City Hall.