Massey said the idea was very preliminary, but could be a win-win for everybody. In his address to the Neighborhoods, Community Investments and Services Committee on Monday, Massey noted the symphony has been picking up the tab on the $1 fee meant for customers. And with the lease being renegotiated over the summer, the organization has been able to build a surplus this year to extend its season by three weeks. The fees impact, if it goes into effect Jan. 1, wouldnt affect that tickets already sold for events would be grandfathered in. However, it would impact the symphonys budget the following year. Massey said there would be internal discussions on whether the symphony could swallow the fee, pass it on to customers or some combination. If so, the cost would jump from $90,000 to about $150,000. Given the success and momentum the symphony has been experiencing the past year or so, Massey said if ever there was a time to implement such a fee change, its now. We left feeling there was a sense of spirit, he said of Tuesdays meeting.
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