ISU Board of Trustees expected to discuss accusations against ISU President

By WEEK Reporter

March 21, 2014 Updated Mar 21, 2014 at 10:41 PM CDT

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. -- Illinois State University's Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting Saturday morning to address "administrative matters." The likely topic--allegations against ISU president Timothy Flanagan.

Flanagan was accused of pushing a maintenance worker in the front yard of Flanagan's university-owned home on December 5th. The worker --who was fired five days after the incident --says Flanagan was throwing a "temper tantrum."

ISU police have been leading the investigation. Officials say the investigation is complete and will be forwarded to the state's attorney's office for review.

The board meeting will be 11AM Saturday morning at ISU's Bone Student Center.

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