Telford and Wrekin Council considers plans to save £20m
A Shropshire council will discuss plans later to make cuts of more than £20m to its budget for 2012/13.
The proposals include saving nearly £8m by "staff restructuring", including halving the number of senior managers and a "significant" reduction in the pay of senior officers.
Labour-controlled Telford and Wrekin Council faces a budget gap of £21,987,000.
Councillors will be asked to approve the plans in a meeting at 17:00 GMT.
A report to the council's cabinet said "difficult choices" needed to be made between further cuts to front-line services and keeping council tax rates low.
The council said 3,000 people contributed views and suggestions in a consultation about how the savings could be made.