Not a lot of venders are breaking down the door to take care of animal control services in the city of Janesville. Police Chief David Moore says city officials will sit down Friday and consider the lone proposal. Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin Director Brett Frazier considers his organization to be in a strong position to meet the city’s needs. After the city council rejected a proposal to halve the $125 thousand annual animal control budget, city officials still decided to look for a cheaper alternative than had previously been performed by the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin. Frazier says his actual costs for what the city is asking for totals closer to $250 thousand, but since the Humane Society takes donations, he’s able to meet the need.