Same here in Vernon
Sandra B Harris CVC/CMC
Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2008 2:55 PM
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Subject: Re: meeting minutes
Here in Guildhall, I use acid-free paper for recording all types of minutes. But they are kept in completely separate notebooks and in a distinct location in the vault, and the notebooks are of a different type than the Land Record books. We have a set of notebooks for Selectboard Minutes, one set for BCA minutes, one set for Town Meeting and Election Materials (including results and checklists), one set for Planning Commission, and so forth.
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From: [log in to unmask]">Tom Racine
Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 11:46 AM
Subject: meeting minutes
I’m curious to know how folks are archiving their meeting minutes. We have a few additional committees forming and we will be wrapping up our reappraisal soon. So, the main questions are is acid free paper to be used for all meeting minutes and are they all to be stored in the same (or similar) binders as land records?
Thomas J. Racine
Clerk & Treasurer
2996 Vt Rte 78
Highgate, VT 05459
Phone: (802) 868-4697 x 204
Fax: (802) 868-3064
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