Unlike earlier times when notes were handwritten in a book, they are now typed and put into a book to be kept as permanent records. Ball Ground's oldest minutes of record (1913 through 1924) are handwritten in a book. Beginning in 1960, the minutes have been typed and put in a book. According to the Local Government Record Retention Schedules, minutes and approved attachments are permanent records and should never be destroyed. It is unknown how or why the records from 1925-1959 were destroyed, depriving future generations of valuable information.
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