Requesting minutes from the governing board’s reconsideration

Requesting minutes from the governing board’s reconsideration


The governing board should keep minutes of their reconsideration. Paragraph 265 of the exclusions guidance states the following:

The governing board should ensure that clear minutes are taken of the meeting as a record of the evidence that was considered by the governing board. These minutes should be made available to all parties on request.

To request the minutes following reconsideration, consider using the Suggested Wording document: Requesting the minutes following the governing board's reconsideration

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