The Clawson Planning Commission voted Tuesday night to postpone its decision on a proposal to revamp City Park for professional baseball games.
Commissioners say there are too many gray areas in the plan such as traffic flow, parking for all attendees and site design.
David Martin, of Summit Professional Baseball, will have to address the concerns before the commission makes a final vote at its next scheduled meeting Sept. 13.
The four-hour long public hearing was standing room only at City Hall on Tuesday with several residents approaching the podium for public comment.
Keep checking the Clawson Patch for a full story on Wednesday.