SOSMN to City of Mpls: MOA in Default on Lease Terms

On Tuesday, December 31, Save Our Symphony MN wrote a letter to Minneapolis Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED) Executive Director Jeremy Hanson Willis, copying Mayor Betsy Hodges and City Attorney Susan Segal.

Our letter addresses the Minnesota Orchestral Association’s (MOA) December 2 report to the City and the supplemental information they submitted on December 20 at CPED’s request.  We outline our belief that MOA is in Default under Section 28(I) of the Lease and request the City of Minneapolis to take appropriate steps to terminate the Lease.

Click here to read or download the letter:  SOS Letter to City of Minneapolis CPED (12-31-2013)

 

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One Response to SOSMN to City of Mpls: MOA in Default on Lease Terms

  1. I fervently hope that with a new year, a new mayor and new city council, the right course of action is taken here – with Save Our Symphony’s leadership. You’re awesome.

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