The city and the county signed an agreement to come together to make the veteran’s museum here in Laredo a reality. But that was back in June, almost eight years after the idea was originally proposed. So what exactly is going on with the veteran’s museum and will it eventually come to Laredo? After hours of trying to contact Webb County Commissioners and the Webb County veteran’s office, no one seems to know what is going with the veteran’s museum. So we spoke to veterans, who weren't really pleased with the way things are going with the museum. "You vote on something and then you sit on something for 8-10 years and that building is falling to pieces, I mean, you should take a look at it." So that's what we did, we took a look at the building that appeared to be falling apart. Doors and windows boarded up, beams are cracked, and this is where the veterans museum is suppose to be built. For now this building remains abandoned on the outside, and a place for the homeless to throw their old clothes and trash on he inside. We sat down with one veteran who has been anxiously awaiting this museum to be built since the beginning. "We're not going to have the privilege of having a museum here. So many veterans have died throughout the wars, relatives are left without any memories at all and we need to bring these memories back into peoples minds." So what exactly is the hold up? This property was formally a gas station, and many veterans who did not want to be identified tells us the gas tanks could still be in the ground, contaminating the property. But county commissioners said they haven't heard anything regarding that. The proposed naming of the building after the Farias family is also causing controversy amongst the veterans because they are not naming it after someone who served in the United States military. "And anytime you go to any military museum its named after some veteran, some military solider. To me, it's kind of confusing why they want to honor somebody who was never in the military and give them that prestige of naming the museum." But for now, it will be a waiting game for the veterans who want to see the museum. We spoke to commissioner Jaime Canales Friday night that said they have a meeting with an exhibit consulting company on Monday to discuss the veteran’s museum further.