By CBS3 Staff

UPPER DARBY, Pa. (CBS) – There are new developments in the battle over who should control Delaware County’s “Summer Stage.” Upper Darby’s mayor has unveiled a proposal.

It calls for the Upper Darby Arts and Education Foundation to administer the program, with full artistic, personnel, and financial control.

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Right now, Upper Darby Township and the school board fund and manage the program.

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All three groups need to approve the plan.

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The mayor has also announced Upper Darby will set aside $2.5 million to fund up to 500 Summer Stage scholarships annually.