So the Fiscal Officers meeting scheduled for February 6th, 2015 has been canceled because there is a Special Board Meeting at 10 AM in the Library Auditorium on that date. The agenda for that meeting is short. The trustees will only deal with legal matters and employment matters in closed session and the requisite public and employee comment in open session. What issues of import could the trustees be discussing that couldn't wait four weeks to take up at the regular board meeting on March 6th? Might it be the preemptive layoffs/firings the regime has initiated in anticipation of significant funding reductions from Springfield? Might it be the plummeting enrollment and unprecedented course cancellations and the impact on the tenure of the president? Might it be a substantive update on the numerous legal actions brought against the university? The Crowley Ticker is over $4 million now. Maybe it is to discuss eliminating all faculty positions to save money to pay administrators who don't appear to be succeeding at enticing students to attend CSU. Or is it the beginning of succession planning for the hiring of a turnaround specialist to repair the horrific damage done to the university since 2009? If it's succession planning, all they need do is pay the Hollins Group $200,000 and find somebody right in the neighborhood. We see how well that's worked out the last time the board needed to hire a president. Maybe the next president is already in our midst.