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letters0000000000ail i lm Passover: Freedom For All? Responses to last week's issue WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND? You can write us at: 140 South Beverly Drive #201 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 You can fax us at: 310.887.0789 fax email us at:. editor@bhweekly.com "Can't We All Get Along?" The letter who opined in your last issue that our community should Reform the School Board by Recalling Virginia Maas has it right. Claiming that "Reform" means Revive Educational Faith and Opportunity by Recalling Maas should indeed be a call to action for all of us. We cannot afford to sit idle and hope that Ms. Maas will act in the best inter- ests of our children. She has shown that an acid tongue, strident positions, and imprudent remarks are her hallmark. Our community should remember that unless we move now, Ms. Maas will be with us for four long and tortuous years. To put that in context, her reign will continue through the life of every high school stu- dent now attending Beverly Hills High School. Those children will never be able to recover from the bad decisions of Ms. Maas. We must not let our schools be guided by such an impetuous, disre- spectful, and insolent board member. Many of us view the Weekly as our community newspaper. You provide valuable information and interesting sto- ries week in and week out. That is why I was surprised to find no response to the letter writer's heartfelt request that you publish an article on the procedures for ,00SNAPSHOT recall. Whom do we call? How many signatures does it take? When might a recall election be held? There are now legions of well-meaning people in our community who are waiting for the information, and who expect that your newspaper will be the first to print. Lewis W. Shepherd Beverly Hills I have not seen the Virginia Maas "video clip" from the school board meeting nor do I intend to. Therefore, I cannot comment on the content, substance, validity or propriety of her statement. What I can comment on is this: although the event took place many weeks ago and is now ancient history, the BH Weekly continues to publish letters from "outraged" citizens. You've made your paper's position clear. But, it's time to move on. Surely in a com- munity as diverse as BH you can find other issues raised by the letters-to- the-editor you receive. Publish them! Bob Susnow Beverly Hills L-00nc 2,, Beverly Hills Weekly PIZZERIA BEVERLY HILLS 240 S. Beverly Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 247-8100 FAX (310) 248-4458 BEVERLY HILLS 347 N. Canon Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 247-8998 issue 30 Al=ril 27- May 3, ZOO0 Bever Hill= Weekly Inc. Published Thursdays in Beverly Hills Publisher & CEO Josh E. Gross Managing Editor Shirin Danielpour Staff Reporters Ethan Bernard Justin Levine Michele Lu Steven Herbert Jennifer Rebbert Dianna Weiner 1 year subscriptions are now available. Sent via US Mail $75 payable in advance Photographers George Themelis ,mtm.'u+.m mWt.entae Diane VanBeuren eevdy HiUs, CA 902+2 310.887.0788 phe 310.887.0789 fax News tips 310,688.6761 editor@bhweekly.com All staff can be reached at: first name @bhweekly.com Unsolicited materials will not be returned 2000 Bevedy Hills Weekly inc.