DETROIT (WKZO) -- The Detroit City Council continues to consider what actions to take in response to Governor Rick Snyder declaring the need for an emergency financial manager. During a meeting Tuesday, many council members expressed their desire to appeal the governor's decision. City Council President Charles Pugh says he's considering a proposal to expand the consent agreement with the state in hopes of staving off an Emergency Manager.
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