SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) -- Striking Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians will vote on management's final offer.
Musician Karl Pituch said during a news conference Thursday that members would attend an afternoon meeting and hear recommendations by union officials.
Pituch said online voting would begin 7 p.m. Friday and continue Saturday, when results were expected.
The vote would be subject to a 72-hour ratification process.
Management had requested an answer by Thursday. Symphony spokeswoman Elizabeth Weigandt says Thursday afternoon that management will respect the voting process and wait for a response on the offer.
The walkout began Oct. 4 and threatens to shut down the concert season scheduled to end June 5. Management declared an impasse Sept. 1 and began implementing a pay cut.
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