Posted Thursday, June 7, 2018 – 6:35 PM
By Laura Coleman
Beverly Hills public school students edged closer to having the opportunity to learn from within seismically safe 21st century instructional environments following the passage of Measure BH in Tuesday’s election.
The $385 million Measure BH construction bond will be used as part of a comprehensive building program for Beverly Hills Unified School District students, half of whom are now taught inside temporary portable classrooms.
“The essential modernization of our schools will continue uninterrupted, thanks to Beverly Hills residents who had the foresight and good judgment to vote for Measure BH,” said Boardmember Mel Spitz, who was part of the five-member Board of Education which unanimously voted to put the bond measure on the ballot on Feb. 27.
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