Adams Stirling PLC


QUESTION: Davis-Stirling requires members to be given meeting agendas at least four days prior to the meeting. If some items are not addressed in the meeting, should the minutes reflect that?

ANSWER: Yes, any unfinished business should be noted as such in the minutes, otherwise there will be disconnect between the published agenda and the minutes. Unfinished agenda items can be marked "carried over to next meeting" or noted in some fashion to show that they were not addressed in the meeting and will be on the agenda for the next meeting. If an agenda item was taken up by the board for discussion and a motion was made but not voted on, the matter should be marked as "tabled."

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