With a budget-balancing debt plan stalled, Moore, Okla., officials this week began furloughing all of the city's 215 employees for one day a week.

City Manager Jay Newton said all city workers, including himself, this week begin a 32-hour schedule expected to save $25,000 a week. The schedule is part of a plan to close a $1.1 million deficit in the budget for fiscal 1993, which began July 1.

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