DETROIT (WXYZ) - Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and State Treasurer Andy Dillon individually met with some members of the Detroit City Council today regarding Detroit's financial crisis.
The governor's office says Snyder has met with council president Charles Pugh as well as other city council members as part of the "ongoing dialog and work to partner with city officials."
Councilmen Andre Spivey and James Tate were also seen leaving the state's offices in the New Center area. All of the councilmen we saw arrived and left separately.
An insider tells 7 Action News that Treasurer Dillon sent invitations to all members of Detroit City Council. Those that attended were scheduled to meet individually with Dillon to avoid conflict with the Open Door Meetings Act.
We could find out what was said behind closed doors when City Council meets Tuesday.
The governor announced last week that the city is in a financial emergency and that he is moving forward with the appointment of an emergency financial manager.
The city has nine days to request a hearing before an EFM would take over.
The council is currently finalizing plans around a revised consent agreement.