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I understand that the minutes of a closed (executive) session are sealed, only to be open to the participants. Our BOD changes in part every year. Is there a guideline when the minutes are available or to be destroyed? When at least there is a change of one member or availble as history to subsequent boards. This is, in my opinion a confidentiality issue. Should it be defoned in the by-laws. Thank you for your input.
What are the general rules for closed sessions? Are closed session agenda items put on the regular business agenda under the heading "Closed Session" or not? (Thus persons who will not be attending the closed session can seed them.) Are minutes (only actions taken) in closed session approved in another closed session at the next regular business meeting?