Posted Wednesday, November 23 – 4:45 PM
By Laura Coleman
After passing around portions of the proposed temporary fence to surround Beverly Hills High School at Tuesday’s formal meeting, the Board of Education unanimously voted against building a temporary fence.
The unanimous decision to do away with the concept of a temporary fence followed numerous discussions between district officials, an Ad Hoc Safety Committee and the Beverly Hills Police Department.
“This discussion’s really for another board to have,” said Board President Howard Goldstein, noting that any temporary fence put up would be in place for at least four years.
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