BOCC Minutes and Agenda Frequently Asked QuestionsQ) When are Agendas and Minutes posted to the website?
A) Typically the agendas for the various committees and boards are drafted the week prior to the meeting, and should be posted at that time. However, additions may be made 24 hours prior to the meeting. Once revisions are made, they will be posted to the website.
- If a meeting has been canceled or rescheduled, a notice will be posted on the website relating to that event.
- Minutes for the various committees and boards will be posted once they have been approved by the committee or board, which is typically the following meeting. If a committee meets monthly - there will be as much as a month delay before the minutes are approved and posted on the website.
Q) Who should I contact if the agenda or minutes are not posted on the website?
A) A county department is assigned to each committee and board. To contact the responsible department please call (772) 462-1400.
Q) Where can I obtain verbatim copies of the minutes?
A) Most typed minutes are summaries of the meeting. For audio copies of the meeting, please contact the department that is responsible for that specific committee. A majority of these minutes are recorded as digital files and provided on CD.
- Video copies of the Board of County Commissioners, Code Enforcement Board or Planning and Zoning Board meetings are provided on DVD. For a duplication request form for videos click here.
- There will be a small fee for any duplication of audio or video minutes.
Q) Where can I find backup materials associated with the agenda items?
A) All back up materials - when not included with the online agenda - can be obtained by contacting the department that is responsible for that specific committee.
Q) Can I watch a video of the committee meeting?
A) Currently only the Board of County Commissioners, Code Enforcement Board or Planning and Zoning Board meetings are televised and recorded for video. To watch meetings that have been televised on SLCTV click here.
Audio records are kept for all committee and board meetings. Audio recordings can be made available on CD for a small fee by contacting the department that is responsible for that specific committee.