DETROIT (WXYZ) - Detroit City Council has canceled is discussion on the future of Belle Isle that was set for today.
Members planned to discuss the controversial 30 year lease. This comes after the mayor and governor reached a tentative deal with the Department of Natural Resources last week.
Under the lease the state would restore and run the park but the city would retain ownership.
This plan would required drivers to buy an annual state park pass for $10 to visit Belle Isle.
At least three members of the council oppose the lease deal.
Council has not indicated if or when it may be rescheduled.
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