Looking at the legal side of this one, not the ethical side
The draft minutes have been published and a parishioner picked up incorrect information (Significantly around dates)
The clerk then quietly changes the minutes and substitutes the new ones, but when the Clerk is challenged, they state, under the law, she can change what she wants when she wants.
We were under the impression that once published the draft minutes cannot be changed but has to be recorded as an amendment in the next minutes.
Does anyone know where is law it is covered?