Michigan Public Radio
Union workers say they’re holding a press conference Tuesday at Eastern Michigan University to talk about their concerns over the school’s move to privatize dining services.
In a letter to students and staff on Monday, interim EMU President Don Loppnow says an outside vendor will pay the school enough to “expand and upgrade the dining facilities while maintaining high-quality food offerings and services.”
While the administration isn’t releasing details about the deals it’s considering with private food vendors, Loppnow’s letter says it includes capital investments “which total in the millions of dollars over the life of the arrangement…”
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