One of the key policies of the new coalition Council was the restoration of grants to Council owned Community Centres.
The centres (Foxwood, Chapelfields, Bell Farm, Heworth and Burton Stone/Clifton) lost their grants under the last Labour administration and there were fears that some would close.
In July the new Council identified £70,000 to help underpin the centres. The voluntary groups currently running the centres have managed to kept them open until now.
The Council had been expected to allocate the total budget to individual centres on 14th September but unexplained delays have dogged the process since then.
Now it appears that the Councils Environment Executive member (Andrew Waller) has been debarred from making the decision which had been scheduled to be taken in November.
Instead Deputy Council Leader Keith Aspden will agree the allocations on 3rd December.
The is still hoped is that enough money will be made available to allow a part time caretaker to be appointed at both the Foxwood and Chapelfields centres.