By FRANCA LEWIS
Worrisome notions about a $2.1 million ice rink planned for Hagerstown prompted a delay Tuesday in an agreement that was to be struck between the mayor and City Council and the Washington County Sports Foundation.
Mayor Steven T. Sager and City Council postponed a decision for three days, until Friday.
Although they voiced support for the project, some council members expressed concern that the sports foundation failed to produce proper documentation to confirm it has raised $550,000 in private funds.
Council members also suggested that the foundation raise more money before the city releases any of the $1.2 million in general obligation bonds earmarked for the ice rink, which is to be built at the Hagerstown Fairgrounds.