A consent agreement was one of four options available after Gov. Rick Snyder confirmed a financial emergency in Wayne County.
The determination Thursday leaves county officials seven days to choose one of four options to fix the fiscal troubles.
Under the law, the governor had ten days to make a determination, but only took one.
Gov. Rick Snyder now has 10 days to consider the team’s report.
By law, the review will have to be completed within 30 days.
Mired under a $52 million structural deficit, officials have asked the state to declare a financial emergency in Wayne County.
Gov. Rick Snyder has confirmed that a financial emergency exists in Oakland County’s Royal Oak Township.
Gov. Rick Snyder has determined that financial emergencies exist in Oakland County’s Royal Oak Township and the Detroit enclave of Highland Park.
The district’s general fund deficit for the 2012 fiscal year was $37.7 million, having quadrupled since 2009.
One of the emails specifically states its being sent from a private account “to stay below the radar for a few weeks on Detroit planning.”