NCC working with food truck vendors to provide food for rest of semester

As News 12 has reported, dining facilities shut down last week.

News 12 Staff

Apr 23, 2024, 10:09 AM

Updated 31 days ago

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Nassau Community College is taking new action to address the sudden shutdown of its dining services.
The college says it’s working with food truck vendors to provide food for the rest of the semester.
Microwaves are also being added to some buildings and the cafeteria.
As News 12 has reported, dining facilities shut down last week.
Records show the vendor needed more money to stay open.
NCC’s administration says they were negotiating with the vendor but could not reach a deal. That resulted in the vendor abruptly ending food services.
Students and faculty are calling on the county to take action.
The college is also taking requests for proposals to add a new food vendor for the fall semester.


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