DETROIT (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says the state and Detroit are making progress on a deal to restructure the city's long-term finances.
Snyder told reporters Monday that a consent agreement for the cash-strapped city could be in place later this week.
A team that has been reviewing the city's fiscal condition in recent weeks is scheduled to meet at 3 p.m. The review team, appointed by Snyder, could recommend that he appoint an emergency manager for Detroit.
The state and city have been negotiating Detroit's counter-proposal to a Snyder plan that called for a nine-member financial advisory board overseeing the restructuring.
Mayor Dave Bing balked at that plan, complaining it took too much authority from elected officials. He had called for a seven-member board to "monitor" the restructuring.