Bay County Animal Lovers are pushing for action from the Animal Control Advisory Committee.
Many believe Wednesday's meeting to be the final step towards the official recommendation from the committee that will reach the Commissioners.
However, tensions got high when it became clear that wasn't going to happen on Wednesday.
The center of the discussion is a low cost spay and neuter clinic and all agree that this is necessary to help solve Bay County's Animal Overpopulation problem.
Solving the problem was the reason the committee was started, but after a year of work, some folks say it's time to get moving.
The meeting kicked off with a statement from Operation Spay Bay Treasurer, Terri Cotter.
"I've been coming to these meetings since they began and I just want to thank everybody. Thinks are coming along nicely, we're making excellent progress," said Cotter.
But soon, attendees were fed up, shouting: "We've had enough meetings...it's time to do something!"
Learning yet another meeting stands between a final recommendation from the committee to the Commissioners frustrated Ms. Cotter.
"I thought we had finally gotten to the point where we were going to do something. We were going to get a recommendation and I'm disappointed this is going to be drug out even longer," she said.
Some committee members aren't immune to the frustration. Barbara Cloud was also hoping for a resolution in the clinic recommendation.
"I think the frustration is we've been working a year. There is already a ton of work done in this area. We've also talked about it being simple enough, because most people are not going to read a 100 page report," said Cloud.
Some attendees accused committee head and Bay County Animal Control Manager, Bill Olasin, of dragging his heels, but he says he's just being thorough.
"I'm the kind of person that likes to put detail together and making sure that if the County Commissioners have asked for a full report that all the "i's" are dotted and the "t's" are crossed," said Olasin.
He says he understands the urgency of the animal lovers, as he is one himself.
"I want to see something done and everybody I deal with wants to see some thing done. But I think it's critical that whatever is done is done right," Olasin added.
The next Animal Control Advisory Committee Meeting will be Friday, June 22nd at 10 am at the Bay County Government Center.