Just three months after the city\u2019s planning and zoning commission became the target of public scrutiny for not posting the minutes to its hearings for more than three months, residents have begun to ask the same question as to why they now can\u2019t view the minutes for the three meetings that took place after Jan. 19 of this year. P&Z Administrator Rick Schultz said the minutes for the three meetings will \u201chopefully\u201d be online this week and the minutes from 2016 meetings can be accessed by clicking the \u201cView Older\u201d tab on the page where the rest of the 2017 meeting minutes should be. \u201cI\u2019m meeting with the recording secretary today to resolve that,\u201d said Schultz. \u201cMore importantly, some people said they weren\u2019t able to access the 2016 minutes, but I just went on and can assure you they\u2019re available on the city\u2019s site.\u201d Schultz explained that the meeting minutes not being uploaded to the site is the result of personal issues occurring with the recording secretary, who is responsible for transcribing the recordings of the meetings and making note of all motions that took place. The city\u2019s Information Systems Manager Dan Bednarsky is responsible for posting the meeting minutes to the website. Schultz said Bednarsky\u00a0cannot upload the minutes\u00a0until he proofreads the secretary\u2019s transcriptions.Whether or not you\u2019re in support of a development or not, having access to meeting minutes can provide you with information on any action the commission took regarding a development during one of its meetings\/hearings.