Green Bay and Brown County governments are putting up 10-thousand dollars to help solve a rat problem in the city. Both are dedicating five-thousand dollars in their 2018 budgets for the problem, which some describe as extreme. The Green Bay Press Gazette reports that some county supervisors want to put more than one-thousand rat traps in the hands of residents in neighborhoods where there have been complaints. County public health officials say they don’t know if 10-thousand dollars will be enough to make an impact.