New Hampshire Pizzeria May Lose $200,000 contract

According to a report from Wcax.com, a Manchester, New Hampshire pizzeria may lose their $200,000 contract with the Manchester school disctrict because of criminal past.

The report said, “After learning the pizza makers had a criminal past, the School Board said deliveries from Ma and Pa’s Kitchen would end yesterday, pending a vote later this month on whether to cancel the contract.”
 
The article said, “But yesterday, school officials told owners Roland and Alice White they could continue delivering pizzas until the final vote, which is scheduled on December Eleventh.”
 
According to the report, “The 200-thousand-dollar contract is in jeopardy because school officials learned the couple had been convicted of theft and shoplifting. The Whites say they’ve paid for their mistakes and shouldn’t be penalized again with the loss of the contract. ”

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