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March 17, 1995 - Image 22

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Steven Mitchell: Opposition slate.

ple are very dissatisfied with tem-
ple leadership," said Steven
Mitchell, a member of the com-
mittee.
Eight positions on the board of
trustees plus all of the officers are
up for election.
The temple has a nominating
committee that provides candi-
dates for election to the board. It
is chaired by the immediate past
president and comprises three
people voted to the committee at
the last temple election and three
members appointed by the tem-
ple's current president. The ap-
pointments have not been made.
"There has never been any-
thing like this in terms of an op-
position slate," temple president
John Kamins said.
To run an opposition candi-
date, the temple bylaws require
that each candidate receive at
least 50 signatures of members
in good standing. The petitions
must be submitted to the temple's
administrator, Thomas Jablons-
ki, 20 days in advance of the con-
gregation's annual meeting.
To be elected to the board, can-
didates must receive more than
50 percent of votes cast by mem-
bers in good standing.
In 1987, two opposition candi-
dates, Dr. Barry Abrams and Di-
ane Lynn, were elected to the
board, defeating candidates pro-
posed by the temple's nominating
committee. At the time, the tem-
ple was in turmoil over the firing
of Rabbi Dannel Schwartz, now
rabbi of Temple Shir Shalom.
But unlike the 1987 election,
Mr. Mitchell claims the purpose
of placing opposition candidates
on the board is not to retain the
rabbi but to change the direction
some people perceive the temple
to be heading.
`The one thing that these (con-
gregants) have in common is
their very strong feeling that the
board has handled this to the
detriment of the temple," Mr.
Mitchell said, referring to the
pervasive media attention fol-
lowing the firing of Rabbi Polish.
The opposition slate will be an-
nounced within the next month,
Mr. Mitchell said. ❑

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