SUPERIOR - The Superior City Council has decided the future of a new animal shelter.
Originally, the plan was for the Humane Society of Douglas County to combine with Animal Allies of Superior into one building to better serve the community.
But the humane society was dropped to stay within budget and is lobbying for more time to decide the size of the shelter.
"It makes sense that you have one facility that combines all the animals and one building with just expenses there instead of having two separate ones," said Jean Kioski, secretary for the Humane Society of Douglas County.
The council voted to give more time for the humane society to work with the Douglas County Board to gather funds to build one main shelter.