DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Some government employees will be at work Tuesday even if a shutdown happens, they just won't be getting paid.
Those at Social Security offices like the one inside the Federal Building in Dayton still have to report in.
They're considered essential so people can continue to get social security checks.
But 2 NEWS found if you want to get a replacement Social Security or Medicare card, they won't be doing that if the government shuts down.
Other workers expected to show up tomorrow include those who do airport security with the TSA and workers at the Dayton VA.
But American Federation of Government Employees Local 3448 Vice-President Rick Hanna says those two thousand or so workers here in the Miami Valley who have to come in won't be getting paid for it until the shutdown would end and even then there's no guarantee.
"That's a hard pill to swallow when you're being told you have to work and we have no problem fulfilling our duties but when you're being told ahead of time there's a chance we're not going to make you full for the time you did work," Hanna says. "That's crossing the line there."
Other impacts you'll notice if there's a shutdown:
The Air Force Museum will be closed along with National Park sites like the Wright Dunbar Interpretation Center and the Wright Memorial.
If a shutdown lasts until the weekend it would cancel the Aero Carnival Saturday and force the Aviation Hall of Fame of move its Friday induction ceremonies to the Hope Hotel Conference Room instead of at the Air Force Museum.
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