CHICAGO, Aug 21 (Reuters) - A state-appointed financial manager was expected to be on the job in Flint, Michigan, Wednesday after the Michigan Court of Appeals threw out a lower court ruling that blocked a state takeover of the beleaguered city's finances, state officials said Wednesday. Terry Stanton, a spokesman for the Michigan Treasurer's office, said Ed Kurtz, who was tapped on July 8 to be Flint's financial manager, was expected to start his work on Wednesday. Under a takeover, ...
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