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Continued: Readers Write: (Sept. 10): Syria, Minnesota Orchestra

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MARY PATTOCK, Minneapolis

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The Minnesota Orchestra musicians could not and should not accept the board’s latest proposal, which offers two months at their previous contract while negotiations continue, followed by a two-year contract if differences are not resolved. It offers no incentive for the board to negotiate; all management has to do is wait out two months, then get the contract it has been wanting all along.

GEORGIA GUSTAFSON, Plymouth

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