CHICAGO -- A deal that would have allowed Michigan to take over Detroit’s largest park and issue bonds to fix it up may be dead after the Detroit City Council tabled it Tuesday and Gov. Rick Snyder subsequently withdrew the offer.

Some council members said Wednesday they were still hoping to revive the proposal, but it’s unclear if they can muster enough support.

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