Lee said he was opposed due to the tax increase that would be required.
Cupid said she is against issuing any park bonds until county staff, including part-time employees, receive pay increases for maintaining the new parks.
Ott said he supports a delay since approval now would not expedite acquisition of the 13 properties on the new list.
That list was compiled by a county committee appointed by Lee earlier this year and submitted to the commissioners in late October.
*Correction: The park bond proposal was for $27.4 million, not $24.7 million.