The minutes of a council meeting are a legal document and are simply a list of the decisions made by the council. They are recorded by the town clerk in a book, each decision is numbered, these decisions are called 'resolutions'. A resolution of the council cannot be overturned for six months, unless a special motion signed by 9 councillors is put to a vote at a full council meeting. Only a committee or officer of the council can carry out the functions of the council, it is unlawful for councillors to do so as an individual.
We will upload draft minutes as soon as we can after the meeting so that you can keep updated on the decision making of the town council.