ELGIN City chiefs will discuss league reconstruction plans and seek views from supporters in the next few weeks.
Martyn Hunter attended a meeting of SFL clubs at Hampden on Thursday along with Elgin chairman Graham Tatters.
The SFL clubs are set to formally vote on a new league structure towards the end of February.
And Hunter said it is important for each club to take time to assess the way ahead and reach a decision.
SPL clubs have already unanimously voted in favour of a 12-12-18 model for Scottish football.
"We were presented with a take it or leave it scenario. All the first division clubs were in favour of the new money distribution model, which I can sympathise with," said Hunter.
However, the idea was also floated that instead of a bottom tier of 18 clubs, that there should be two leagues of 10 clubs each, giving a 12-12-10-10 set up, not that far removed from the current four league structure.
Under the 12-12-18 proposal, the top two leagues would split into three leagues of eight after 22 league games and play off for the title, promotion and relegation.
The SPL and SFL are also set to merge into one new governing body.
A 12-12-10-10 proposal would see two new teams introduce to Scottish football, and the possibility of promotion from non-league, with a new pyramid system.
All 30 SFL clubs, includings Rangers, were involved in the discussion, although the Glasgow club will not have a vote as they are an associate member following the old Rangers' liquidation last year.
"It seems strange to me that the club that puts the most money into Scottish football is denied a vote," added Hunter.
See 'The Northern Scot' next week for a detailed look at the proposals with Elgin City director Martyn Hunter.