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Agendas, background papers and minutes

All Committee meetings have an agenda, which is published five clear working days ahead of the meeting. Copies are sent to the local libraries, local newspapers, local radio and a copy placed on reception at the Civic Centre. Copies can also be seen on the Council's website and are available in the public gallery on the night of the meeting.

The agendas are available for inspection for a period of six years from the date of the meeting.

The minutes are a concise written record of the decisions taken at a meeting. They usually include a summary of the principal reasons for each decision, but are not a verbatim account of the debate. The minutes are normally available on the Council's website within four weeks of a meeting. A hard copy of the minutes will be circulated with the Council Summons on five occasions each year.

The minutes of the former Egham Rural District Council (1894-1906), the Chertsey Urban District Council (1896-1974), and Egham Urban District Council (1906-1974), and minutes for Runnymede Borough Council (1974 onwards) are on loan for reference purposes to the Surrey History Centre in Woking.

Background papers referred to in agenda reports, which are not listed as exempt, are retained for four years and are available for public inspection.

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