Both the city and Dougherty County have contributed funds to both organizations, but did not include them in this year's budget proposal.
However, the city would have to do a lot of extra cutting to find the money.
"I think they are all considerate of it, but this is a tight budget year and each of them will have to make their own decisions," says Assistant City Manager Wes Smith.
The city's budget already includes a $3 million decrease over last year.
They will have to approve a final budget in two weeks.