School Board Inks $1M Contract With Nastec For Armed Security At Beverly Hills Schools
Posted Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 6:53 pm
By Laura Coleman
The Board of Education unanimously voted to approve a $1 million contract with Calabasas-based Nastec International, Inc. to provide armed security at Beverly Hills Unified schools.
The million-dollar decision ($977,132.16, to be precise) will be taken out of the school district’s general fund.
“Over three years, (this contract, if continued) will reduce reserves by 20 percent,” highlighted board member Mel Spitz. “I bring this up to show the pubic how committed the board is to do everything we can do for safety and security.”
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