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YSU trustees set two Friday committee meetings



Published: Thu, April 3, 2014 @ 7:35 p.m.

YOUNGSTOWN

The Youngstown State University Board of Trustees has scheduled two committee meetings for Friday afternoon.

A university spokesman said Thursday that both are likely to be "completely in executive, closed session."

The meetings are: 3:45 p.m., Collective Bargaining and Negotiations Subcommittee; Manchester Room, first floor, Tod Hall; and 4:30 p.m., President Search Advisory Committee; Manchester Room, first floor, Tod Hall.

Randy Dunn, appointed YSU’s eighth president last July, announced in February that he accepted the presidency at Southern Illinois University. After an amendment to his contract with YSU, his last day in office was March 21.

Trustees hope to fill the post by this summer, and the application deadline is April 14.


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1Seriouslee(92 comments)posted 3 months, 3 weeks ago

I don't think they can go into executive session for a search advisory committee meeting--they are not discussing a specific personnel action or a specific person.

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2gdog4766(1401 comments)posted 3 months, 3 weeks ago

It's easy for these morons. The state cuts funding even further to balance the budget, the board blows money on needless projects and bad decisions.
It's simple demand further concessions from the workers, impose further increases in tuition and impose more fees. Don't fight the state just gutlessly pass it along.

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3Seriouslee(92 comments)posted 3 months, 3 weeks ago

A public body may hold an executive session to consider the appointment, employment, dismissal, discipline, promotion, demotion, or compensation of a public employee, official, licensee, or regulated individual.5 A public body also may hold an executive session to consider an investigation of charges or complaints against those individuals, so long as the individual does not request the hearing to be public.6 This exception does not apply to disciplinary or performance-related matters concerning elected officials. The statute expressly provides that a public body may not hold an executive session to discipline or remove of elected officials.7 To hold an executive session under this exception, the motion and vote to hold the executive session must clearly state which of the approved purposes is to be discussed.8 However, it is not necessary to state the name of the person who is to be discussed.9

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