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

On Friday, January 10, Save Our Symphony MN wrote a third letter to Minneapolis Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED) Executive Director Jeremy Hanson Willis, copying Mayor Betsy Hodges and City Attorney Susan Segal.

This letter addresses which aspects of the Minnesota Orchestral Association’s non-compliance with the Lease requirements are potentially curable and which ones are not curable (e.g., the historical facts of MOA’s inaccurate and incomplete financial information to the State Legislature and to the City prior to execution to the Lease).

We reassert that these Defaults by MOA provide ample justification to the City of Minneapolis to terminate the Lease.

Click here to read or download the letter:  SOS Letter to City of Minneapolis CPED (01-10-2014)

SOSMN’s December 31 letter to the City can be read by clicking here.

Our January 3 letter can be read by clicking here.

Attorney Lee Henderson’s January 9 letter can be read by clicking here.

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2 Responses to SOSMN to City of Mpls: MOA in Non-Curable Default on Lease Terms

  1. Bernt von Ohlen says:

    Has there been any response from the City of Minneapolis to SOSMN’s and Mr. Henderson letters, all of which are excellent?

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