Thinking about getting into the diner business? Broome County is making that easier.
For the next week, the county will be accepting proposals from people who would like to open a food service establishment in place of the Twilight Diner at the Greater Binghamton Transportation Center in Downtown Binghamton. Deputy County Executive John Bernardo says it's an opportunity for a business to place itself at the city's transportation hub.
"Keeping the diner open now I think is important because this is a beautiful facility," he said. "It is right in the heart of Binghamton and you certainly want an alternative or a place for people to go when they're passing through whether it be long-term bus trips or our local people."
To submit a proposal, you must obtain bidding documents from the Broome County Department of Purchasing at 778-2188. The deadline will be 2:00 pm Wednesday, February 13th.
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