Some Detroit union leaders accuse Mayor Dave Bing and the city of backing them into a corner by refusing to negotiate new collective bargaining deals with less than a month before some of the contracts expire.
Union strategy sessions continue to focus on what could be a June 30 contract showdown.
"We looked at this back in December. We kind of expected things to go south," said Joseph Duncan, Detroit Police Officers Association president. "It's my impression they are going to try to impose a contract on us."