A recall effort in Coeur d'Alene is in full swing with a group looking to oust four out of seven city council members, however not everyone agrees with the recall effort.
Recall CDA has their headquarters set up and dozens of people out on the street getting the signatures they need to put the recall on the ballot.
"Over the weekend we had so many people coming in here and sign that there was no room for anyone else to come into the room," said Frank Orzell with Recall CDA.
These people want Mayor Sandi Bloem and Council Members Mike Kennedy, Woody McEvers and Deanna Goodlander out of office. One of the biggest reasons is the McEuen Field project. People think the city council isn't listening to their concerns.
"All of last year we tried to get them to give us a public vote on the issue of McEuen and it hasn't come forth," said Orzell.
Recall CDA has 40 people out and about gathering signatures and a total of around 80 volunteers.
However not everyone in Coeur d'Alene is on board.
"We just wanted to come out and show support for the mayor and council," said Matthew Tosi, president of the Coeur d'Alene Firefighters IAFF Local 710 union.
Tosi said the union doesn't have a position on McEuen Field but says the Coeur d'Alene City Council has long supported public safety.
"We have advanced life support in the city. We have teach rescue teams we are able to train when we need with the tools we need," Tosi said.
The Coeur d'Alene Police Association also sent out an e-mail saying they don't support the recall, citing similar reasons. On the Coeur d'Alene Downtown Association Facebook people are encouraged to stand up against the effort.
As people decide where they fall on the issue, Recall CDA is working vigorously to get 4,311 signatures to get on the ballot. There is also some debate as to how long Recall CDA has to get their signatures.
The city clerk says petitioners have 75 days, but within that time frame the county clerk has to approve the signatures. Recall CDA says they have 75 days to get signatures and then the clerk will look at it, a timeline the Secretary of State's office agrees with.