The problem is that the Minutes are not attached to the agenda.
This means that the public is in the dark about what happened at the February 11th meeting. Of course, you could wade through the video-recording of the two-hour, two-minute meeting.
It would be simpler to see the Minutes which, no doubt, the Board members will receive. The Minutes report the Motions and the votes.
They also omit the names and topics of the speakers during Public Participation, so that information is lost in written form forever.
Was it an over-sight? Was hitting "Publish" for the agenda at the end of the day rushed because 5 o'clock was looming?
Will the agenda be revised before 5:30PM on Monday, February 24th? If the agenda is revised, will it be notated as Revised?