Home At Last Humane Society in The Dalles says it is forming a committee of Wasco County residents to explore additional revenues from both the City and County, as well as a ten-cent levy to put on the November ballot. That after the results of an online survey the organization recently conducted showed respondents value the animal shelter and believe that new and sustainable funding sources must be found to maintain services. Home At Last says 246 people took the survey. In the survey, community members said the most valuable services provided by Home at Last are animal adoptions, animal rescue and sheltering, and stray holds for lost animals. In the past 18 months, the shelter says it has seen a more than 25% increase in costs of labor, supplies, medicines, and maintenance.