LONG BEACH (AP) — The California State University board is canceling a committee meeting because of safety concerns.

The CSU Board of Trustees said Wednesday it is scrapping a meeting of the Special Committee on Presidential Selection and Compensation, which was scheduled to be held Monday in Long Beach.

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The committee will now meet at the board’s scheduled Jan. 24-25 meeting.

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CSU Board Chair Herbert Carter says the board based its decision on the experience of its Nov. 16 meeting when protesters clashed with police, shattering a glass door. He says the building entrance at CSU headquarters is still being repaired.

The University of California Board of Regents postponed its mid-November meeting after law enforcement warned that protests could turn violent. The regents held a rescheduled meeting Monday at four campuses connected by teleconference.

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