What is the difference between the Town Council's agenda meeting, work session, and regular meeting?
At agenda meetings, Town Council discusses and finalizes the agenda for the upcoming regular meeting. Details of the actual items on the agenda are not discussed at these meetings; they are purely administrative in nature.

At work sessions, Town Council members informally review material for and discuss the items on the agenda for the upcoming regular meeting, but no official decisions or conclusions are made.

Regular meetings are the Town Council's opportunity to formally discuss and decide upon agenda items and hear from the public. Both agenda meetings and work sessions are closed to public comment.

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1. How do I apply to join one of the volunteer boards?
2. When are Town Council meetings?
3. What is the difference between the Town Council's agenda meeting, work session, and regular meeting?
4. What can the Town Council do?
5. How do the five volunteer boards interact with Town Council?
6. Do the five volunteer boards make decisions that are implemented in the town?
7. Where can I find meeting agendas and minutes?
8. How can I get involved in the town?