AS IS revealed in this week's Herald, Shepway taxpayers may have to fork out another £19,000 for controversial First World War memorial charity Step Short project, which is already costing the public purse some £400,000.
Local residents may end up having to foot the bill for a heritage officer because Step Short has failed to meet its part of the bill.
Now we want to hear YOUR views.
The latest development comes in an increasingly bitter row over the cost of the monument to mark the centenary of WW1's outbreak.
The arch has been compared to one half of the of the burger giant McDonald's 'M' and would be sited yards away from the town centre fast food restaurant.
Last week Folkestone resident Nick Spurrier questioned not only whether the public funding was appropriat but also whether the planned memorial arch was needed at all.
Now we want your thoughts. Have your say in our poll (below right) - and to give us a fuller opinion, e-mail eleanor.jones@KRNmedia.co.uk