The Chron says in today’s issue that it will go to court to open a UC Regents meeting next week where the salaries of university officials will be decided. UC’s “top management has been acting as if the university is a privately held company and it can spend money as it sees fit and make compensation decisions behind closed doors, with occasional rubber-stamp approval from the regents,” said Chron lawyer Karl Olson. “But UC is a public trust, and its actions have to be taken openly.” The Chronicle reported in November that the university compensated some highly paid employees more than it reported to the public.
Chron to sue over closed UC meeting
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