The Salt Lake County Center for the Arts has delayed the release of its draft Cultural Facilities Master Plan until sometime in mid-October.

The draft plan was to be made public on Tuesday, but a group of arts leaders in the county has reviewed the plan and found items that need clarification or more concrete language, said the art center's spokeswoman, Cami Munk.

The changes do not relate to competing plans for Broadway-style theaters in Salt Lake City and Sandy, Munk said, but the center needs more time than expected to implement them.

The master plan is expected to be a long-range planning device to help Salt Lake County support and fund the arts. So far, the process to create it has included surveys, workshops and interviews plus public meetings. There will be additional opportunity for residents and taxpayers to comment after the draft is presented to the public.