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Jacksonville Symphony Board Stops Contract Negotiations, Says Season Is Threatened
"With the orchestra's finances 'on life support right now' because of ongoing budget deficits, the Jacksonville Symphony Association board declared an impasse Tuesday in its negotiations with its musicians. As a result, it will implement its last offer to the musicians, an offer that includes a salary reduction of almost 20 percent for orchestra's 53 core positions. That's if there is a season."
The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville) 09/19/12
Posted September 19, 2012 12:45 AM
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