CHICAGO — A team of Michigan officials that is reviewing Inkster’s finances voted Wednesday to accept a consent decree with local officials, a move that would allow the troubled Detroit suburb to avoid a full state takeover.

If the recommendation is adopted by Gov. Rick Snyder, it would mark the first time the state has allowed a consent agreement as outlined in a one-year-old law for fiscally stressed local governments.

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