Minutes are an action-oriented account of what occurred and who spoke at a meeting. Minutes are not official until approved by the City Council -- usually at the next regular meeting.
If you know the meeting date of the minutes you are seeking:
see minutes listed by date.
This will take you to a directory of years. The range of years is listed at the far right of each line entry (e.g., 1990-1999).
Select the range of years you want to view. This takes you to a listing of all minutes for that range of years. The meeting dates are listed at the far right of each line entry. Select the specific date of the minutes you wish to view. This will open a pdf version of the document that you can just view or print.
If you do not know the date of the minutes you are seeking, please use the search function at the top right of this page: type in your keyword or phrase. Once you are on the search results page you can narrow down the results by choosing "City Council Minutes", listed at the top of your search results.
How to interpret document names:
File names for each document are labeled first by year, next by governing body, third by document type and lastly by date.
2002 CC MIN 07-02 = 2002 City Council Minutes July 2
Note: some files may have _ (underscore) in the title. These are just the same as spaces.