State Rep. Scott Conklin will take comments from the public Wednesday about his bill aimed at reforming Penn States board of trustees.
The public hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the State College Municipal Building, 243 S. Allen St.
Conklin, a Democrat from Rush Township, will be joined by the board Chairman Keith Masser, Vice Chairman Paul Silvis and trustees Ted Brown, Keith Eckel and Anthony Lubrano.
Conklin said he plans to discuss making Penn State applicable to the states Right-to-Know Law and reducing the size of the board of trustees to 22 members.
Penn States board approved changes in May that took effect when the trustees convened last week for a meeting. For instance, the president does not have voting power.