Additional Security Planned Again For Board of Trustees Meeting
For its second straight meeting, the Board of Trustees will have airport-like security for those wishing to attend the sure-to-be brouhaha after trustees again received threats related to the meeting.
According to a press release, Penn State Police are asking attendees to leave large bags, backpacks, or oversized handbags at home for Thursday’s committee meetings and Friday’s full board meeting at 1:30 p.m.
“Anyone attending the meeting with a bag or backpack will be asked to either exit the building or will have their bag searched,” says the release. “Media attending the meeting also must go through a security check point at the entrance to President’s Hall, where the meeting is being held. Please be aware that entry may be delayed.”
Its been quite a week for #PSUBOT drama. On Monday, Anthony Lubrano and Al Lord demanded information from Keith Masser about the Penn State-NCAA settlement, to which he was not amicable. As always, it should be a pair of days filled with bickering and head-shaking.
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