DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – Detroit’s Financial Advisory Board has voted for furlough days on about 600 unionized city employees as officials work to avert a possible state financial oversight.

The furloughs approved Monday are in addition to those for about 650 non-union employees. City officials say the 26 furlough days will consist of one unpaid off-day during a two-week pay period and are scheduled to begin Feb. 25.

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Union officials say they plan to fight the move.

A long-awaited review of Detroit’s finances is due Feb. 19. Republican Gov. Rick Snyder is to look it over and decide whether Detroit gets an emergency manager.

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If the governor determines there is a financial emergency, the mayor would have 10 days to request a hearing under Michigan law. Snyder could then revoke his decision or appoint a manager who would be responsible for overseeing all of Detroit’s spending.

Detroit is billions of dollars in debt and has a budget deficit topping $300 million.

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