Annual meeting minutes for corporations don’t get filed. They get drafted, signed and put in the corporate records book which is typically located at the corporation’s principal place of business. No two meetings are exactly alike; if you don’t hold a meeting, then the minutes do tend to be the same as each other. If you’d like your minutes to evidence certain changes in corporate structure or a financing or other activity outside of the ordinary course of your business, then you can, if you want, simply draft that into your corporate resolutions without having to hold a physical meeting.
The Statement of Information does get filed (in California, that’s with the Secretary of State).