A public body must post notice of meeting at least 48 hours in advance, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays. Notice must include date, time and place of meeting as well as a listing of topics the chair reasonably anticipates will be discussed at the meeting. Topics must give enough specificity so that the public will understand what will be discussed.
We have revised our public meeting notification process. Now, you may login to the Town of Sherborn website to build your own calendar event and meeting agenda content. This ensures that all of your committee's details are properly displayed and formatted to your satisfaction.
The Sherborn Town Clerk's Office is still responsible for publishing the final meeting content online. Our team will review your submissions for required details, and then we will then position your notice on the live website. Please note we have incorporated a new meeting minutes submission process into this system, as well.
How Do I Get Started?
As of Thursday, August 3, 2017, the Town Clerk's Office has compiled a list of committee representatives who need access to this new system. Our website administrators have created new User Accounts, and we have distributed the credentials to everyone. With these you may login to a private area of the website and find more information. An online form is available there if you need to request assistance with your account or with the new submission process.