A state team is getting more time to analyze Flint’s city finances.
The panel’s findings could lead the governor to appoint an emergency manager to run the city.
The panel’s report was due by the final day of October. But Treasury Department spokesman Terry Stanton says the 8 member team appointed by the governor needed more time to review a few more matters. The governor has granted the review team an additional 30 days.
Earlier this year, the Treasury Department determined that Flint was in “probable financial stress."