Council Operations: Council Meetings
Council meetings are meetings in which the entire Council and its advisory bodies meet and are the key to the Council process. The Council meets five times a year, usually in March, April, June, September, and November. Most Council meetings take five or six days, with individual advisory body meetings occurring during the course of the week. All meetings are open to the public, except for a short closed Council session in which the Council deals with personnel and litigation issues. Advisory bodies also meet at various times between Council meetings. Minutes are created for each Council meeting, and are available to the public. Meetings are usually held in large cities where there is adequate meeting space and airport connections.
The Council Briefing Book contains meeting agendas, agenda item summaries, and background information.
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