The decision on whether developers will start kicking in more toward open space in Towson will have to wait.

A resolution that would have increased the amount of funding that goes to open space in Towson, including for turf fields at Loch Raven, Towson High and Carver Center for Arts and Technology, was reportedly postponed Monday.

The Baltimore County Council has been reviewing plans since the winter regarding open space in part responding to public outcry for recreational spaces in Towson.

Source: Baltimore County Council Postpones Open Space Vote: Report | Towson, MD Patch