Councillors in Conwy will be discussing the future of Colwyn Bay's Victorian Pier this morning.
There are a number of options to be considered with demolition the most radical.
It's been estimated that it would cost up to £15 million pound to restore it.
The issue has been dogged by controversy with a simmering dispute over ownership between the council and the pier's former owner Steve Hunt.
This morning a small band of pier supporters gathered outside the council chamber calling for the pier to be saved.
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