The city of Laredo and Webb County are feuding over the price to renegotiate a major contract. The city has been extending their services such as immunizations and animal control to those residents of Webb County. But the agreement looks like it could be over. The price is the biggest concern for Webb County after the city is asking for more than double the current price. Laredo officials said the city spends over a million dollars to provide services to Webb County, and what they are asking for is more than fair. Webb county officials may soon have a lot more problems to deal with besides the water. The city sent a letter to the county stating they will not renew the contract for the current price of $250,000 a year. Now, they are asking for $600,000, according to city officials that is less than half it cost the city to provide these services to Webb County. "We want to be a good neighbor but again, they ought to be footing the bills for some of the services and the letter that will be forthcoming will detail the services we no longer be providing." The city of Laredo provides services to the county such as animal control, immunizations, disease control and septic maintenance. The county commissioners did not approve the contract at commissioner’s court last Monday because of the budget, but voted to still be open for negotiations. "Obviously we understand if we don't reach an agreement the county will have to take over all these responsibilities." Meaning the county will have to contract out on all these different services, something they said could be cheaper for the taxpayer. "We still don't know but we are hoping that we can enter some type of contract between the city and the county but at the end of the day whatever happens our county needs to be ready because we have our rural communities safety at stake." The current contract expires September 30. County officials said they hope to reach an agreement but said they are prepared to take over these services if needed. Commissioner Jaime Canales said they appreciate the city's services over the years, but sometimes an agreement just cannot be made.