Four of Frederick Community College's top jobs are now filled with temporary replacements after college President Frederico Talley's mysterious departure last week, school officials confirmed Thursday.
Talley, who had served as president for about six months, left the college after a Jan. 3 closed-door meeting with the FCC board of trustees.
The circumstances of that departure were still being worked out, FCC spokesman Michael Pritchard said Thursday.
Talley has not responded to several requests for comment. His lawyer, Raymond Cotton, with the Washington-based firm Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, wrote in an email Thursday that he has advised Talley not to speak publicly.