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Take Minutes

Once you are in a meeting, it is the responsibility of the chair, or their designee, to take minutes of the meeting.1

Minutes are the record of your committee meeting. They should say when and where the committee met, which committee members were there, and what actions the committee took.

Committee minutes are usually the responsibility of the chair, but of course they can delegate it however they see fit.

  1. This may be required by the NC bylaws (see article VII, section 3 paragraph on Committee Meetings). Even if it is not, it is still a very good practice for the committee.