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Berkshire Museum needs to answer questions

In his letter, Warner Friedman writes: “I would like to see some cohesive plans for the future of the museum. Kitchen Kaboom is not enough.”

To the editor:

On November 30 I received a request from the Berkshire Museum to renew my membership. Before I can give this request serious consideration, I would need to know the board of directors’ plans for the $53 million dollars it received from the sale of the 22 works of art from its collection. I would also need to know where and in what vehicles the $53 million has been deposited. And after I have answers to these questions I would like to see some cohesive plans for the future of the museum. Kitchen Kaboom is not enough.

Warner Friedman

Sheffield

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