Posted Thursday, August 9, 2018 – 6:30 PM
By Laura Coleman
On Tuesday, the Board of Education voted 4-1 to enter into an eight-week temporary contract with Calabasas-based Nastec International, Inc. to provide armed security at Beverly Hills Unified School District starting Monday when classes resume.
Boardmember Noah Margo was the lone no vote.
“As a trustee of the school district, I have an obligation to protect students and staff,” said Board VP Howard Goldstein. “We want to make a safe learning environment and in this day and age, this is part of it.”
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