BRYAN -- Everyone thought the disagreements between the City of Bryan and the Brazos Animal Shelter had been settled for good but that doesn't seem to be the case.
The animal shelter was all for the 15-year contract until they tell us, they found something missing from it.
It may only be one line but that one line is important.
As the contract stands now, the animal shelter would not be able to ask the city for money if there was ever an unforeseen circumstance and Board President, Judy LeUnes, says they can't move forward with the deal until that line is put back in there.
"It's very important to get it put back in the contract because it protects the shelter otherwise we would be back in the situation in which we were spending donor money that is supposed to be going toward building our dream facility, etc," said LeUnes.
LeUnes hopes the line gets put back into the contract soon but she's not sure how long it's going to take.
She said that the city will most likely have to vote on the revised draft but doesn't think there will be any problems because the city had approved the contract with a six-to-one vote earlier this month.