Towson High School is getting a long-awaited turf field, to be funded partly by the Towson Recreation Council, which can use the playing field during non-school hours.

The recreation council is paying $150,000 toward the installation of the $600,000 turf field, which would replace the current grass field. The school’s booster club will pay $50,000 and the Baltimore County public school system will pay for the rest of the cost.

The project had been in limbo because of a perceived dispute between the county and the recreation council over how much access the recreation council would have to the field during non-school hours.

Source: Way cleared for new turf field at Towson High School – Baltimore Sun