CHICAGO -- The Detroit suburb of Allen Park is in danger of running out of money by the end of February and has started to delay payments to vendors while the city’s new emergency manager crafts a deficit elimination plan.

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder declared the city to be in a state of financial emergency last October. He appointed Joyce Parker -- who has served as manager for two other distressed governments -- as emergency financial manager.

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