Who are the minutes of council meetings are turned in to?
The Harvey Rose that I think you mean by your category selection is Harvey Rose, the current mayor of Pittwater Council. A Mayor is the head of the local government, they chair meetings of the local council, represent the council as a ceremonial figurehead and empowered to make some decisions within the council (though all these decisions can be repealed at a council meeting).
The mayor typically holds meetings at city hall. The official location of these meetings is: Council Chamber 2nd floor, City Hall 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square Of course, not all meetings occur here; if you wish to find out when and where the next (public) meeting is, you can look at the schedule posted on the City of Edmonton website.
They had varying stages and types of democracy. At its peak in the second half of the 5th Century BCE, it was a Direct Democracy; that is, all significant decisions were taken at fortnightly Assembly meetings attended by the male citizen body. A Council presented legislation and other matters for decision at these Assembly meetings, and a vote was taken on each item. The Council then implemented these decisionns, and also looked after routine matters…
The FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) holds eight regularly scheduled meetings during the year and other meetings as needed. Links to policy statements and minutes are in the calendars below. The minutes of regularly scheduled meetings are released three weeks after the date of the policy decision. http://www.federalreserve.gov/monetarypolicy/fomccalendars.htm
The Mayor leads Council meetings and represents Council on formal occasions. The role of Councillors is to make decisions about the running of the community and the Council. Councillors listen to the issues and ideas of individual residents and community groups and make strategic and policy decisions The General Manager is Mark Ferguson. His job is to provide advice to Council, implement the decisions of the Council and manage its resources effectively. Represent Council to…