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(BOARD NAME) MEETING MINUTES (Day, Month Date, Year) ( BOARD NAME ) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES ( DAY, MONTH DATE, YEAR ) The ( Board name ) convened in a regular meeting on ( Day, Month Date, Year ) ( Address ) in Austin, Texas. Chair ( name ) called the Board Meeting to order at _____ a.m./p.m. Board Members in Attendance: ( List members in attendance beginning with Chair, Vice Chair, and all other board members in alphabetical order. ) Staff in Attendance: 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 2. OLD BUSINESS (See attachment for phrases that can be used on a variety of items.) a. b. 3. NEW BUSINESS (See attachment) a. b. 4. PUBLIC HEARINGS The public hearing was closed on Board Member ( name ) motion, Board Member ( name ) second on a ( vote count ) vote. 5. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: GENERAL List name of speaker(s) and brief description of topic. ( Speakers will be allowed time to address concerns regarding items not on the agenda. The number of speakers and the length of time they are allowed to speak are governed by the board’s bylaws. Requiring citizens to register before the meeting starts is recommended so the chair knows who is speaking.) 6. STAFF BRIEFINGS The presentation was made by ( list name, title and company or department if person giving the presentation is a city employee ). 7. ADJOURN Chair (name) adjourned the meeting at _____ a.m./p.m. without objection. ( No motion, second or vote is required to adjourn the meeting unless there is an objection to adjourning.) 1
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(BOARD NAME) MEETING MINUTES (Day, Month Date, Year) EXAMPLES OF PHRASES FOR MINUTES Note : All items in italics need to be filled in when doing the minutes. The bold wording in parenthesis is direction only or further explanation of why it is recommended you use this format. APPROVAL OF MINUTES The minutes from the meeting of ( M/D/YYYY ) were approved on Board Member ( name ) motion, Board Member ( name ) second on a ( vote count ) vote.
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  • Fall '17
  • managment
  • Chairman, Conflict of interest, Board member, vote count

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