Bill Shea, AP Via Crains Detroit Business

The president of Detroit’s Masonic Temple says an agreement has been reached with the county to stop a potential auction of the historic 14-story structure, which was foreclosed upon last month.

Roger Sobran says the Temple paid $10,000 toward a tax bill on Thursday and expects to pay another $36,000 by early June.

More than $150,000 in taxes from 2010 and 2012 left the prominent building in the hands of the Wayne County treasurer’s office.

But Sobran and chief deputy county treasurer David Szymanski say a payment plan has been worked out.

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