The security council on Saturday unanimously passed a resolution to curb Iran’s nuclear program. In turn, an error in processing led to a blockage of Syracuse city’s after school lunch program. Syracuse school superintendent Daniel G. Lowengard stated the initial blockage was lifted on the programs distribution center and the program is back to full capacity. “All I thought was how we are integrated with the UN? Why would the UN interfere with Meals on wheels?” stated Lowengard in a recent phone interview. “We are relieved in the fact that we were able to provide the recipients of the program some Taco Bell during the blockage which lasted 2 days.”
A UN spokesman was not available for comment.