CHICAGO — The long-struggling Michigan city of Pontiac has resolved its financial emergency after five years of state control, Gov. Rick Snyder announced Monday.

Snyder appointed a transition advisory board to oversee the city as its emergency manager Louis "Bud" Schimmel steps down. The advisory board is a new measure authorized under Michigan's year-old law for distressed local governments aimed at smoothing the transition out of state control.

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