Politician Pledges to Restart Bus Program if Elected County Executive

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On Nov. 17, Maryland State Majority Leader and candidate for County Executive Bill Frick (D – 16) visited Berman to learn more about the school and spoke at the Upper School's Town Hall Meeting. Frick told the assembly that he is not a big fan of campaign promises, but if elected he pledged to get the county busing program up and running again. He called it "a win-win-win: a win for the students, a win for the bus drivers, and a win for traffic." (Photos courtesy of Berman Hebrew Academy)