March 26 (Bloomberg) — Detroit, preparing for a final push to end its record-setting bankruptcy, won another 90 days to decide whether to keep or cancel leases on public buildings it uses, including a group of mini-police stations.

City officials today won the extended deadline from U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes in Detroit. The city leases eight police-related buildings, including four mini-stations, as well as other locations. It asked to have until July 2 to decide on the leases.

Detroit will ask the judge April 14 to let it seek votes from retirees, bondholders and other creditors on a debt- reduction plan filed last month by emergency manager Kevyn Orr. That plan would reduce pensions to police officers, firefighters and other city employees and cut payments to bondholders.

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