City council members are still trying to decide where to build the new animal shelter. Right now the decision is between McAllister Park and Clapp Park. Officials are looking for a central location where people will be more inclined to drop by and browse for their next pet, but some residents near Clapp Park say its too central of a location and the animals will disturb the peace in the park. "A pound should not be put in a private neighborhood, and this is not a commercial area. Put it on 50th, put it on 34th, I wont give them a problem," says resident William Berry. There will be a meeting to discuss the shelter coming to Clapp Park. Councilwoman Linda DeLeon is inviting everyone in the neighborhood to come by the Garden and Arts Center Monday night at 6:30.