BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - The Broken Arrow Board of Education is meeting Tuesday evening to discuss the lawsuit against former Broken Arrow Superintendent Jim Sisney.
Last week a multi-county grand jury unsealed the indictment against Sisney, revealing felony bribery and conspiracy charges.
The report says Sisney accepted an all-expense paid trip to Atlanta for a college basketball tournament in March 2007. It was a gift in exchange for guaranteeing the district would continue doing business with Little Rock-based Windstream Corporation.
Windstream was also indicted.
The board is meeting at 6 p.m. According to the agenda, the indictment is being discussed as part of an executive session.
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