What are the minutes?

The minutes are the official legal record of the meeting and include all actions taken and summarize the discussion that lead up to those decisions. Sometimes particular comments are included, however, it's not a transcript of the entire meeting. The Town Clerk keeps the minutes for the Town Council meetings and makes them available online on our CivicWeb Public Portal. If you'd like to learn more about minutes, visit our Council 101 page to review a helpful guide.

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1. Have you ever been to a Town Council Meeting?
2. What is Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ)??
3. Can I attend a Town Council meeting?
4. May I speak at the Town Council meeting?
5. What are the duties of the Mayor and Council?
6. What are Evidentiary Hearings?
7. What are the minutes?
8. What is an agenda?
9. How does the Town annex property?
10. Is there a history of all annexations for the Town of Clayton?