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Chapter III COUNCIL

 

Section 7. Council. The council consists of a mayor and four councilors nominated and elected by the city at large.

 

Section 8. Mayor.

 

(a) The mayor presides over and facilitates council meetings, preserves order, enforces council procedures, and determines the order of council business.

 

(b) With the consent of council, the mayor appoints members of commissions and committees established by ordinance or resolution.

 

(c) The mayor must sign all records of council decisions.

 

(d) The mayor serves as the political head of the city government.

 

Section 9. Council President. At its first meeting of each odd numbered year, the council must elect a president from its membership. The president presides in the absence of the mayor and acts as mayor when the mayor is unable to perform duties.

 

Section 10. Rules. The council must by resolution adopt rules to govern its meetings.

 

Section 11. Meetings. The council must meet at least once a month at a time and place designated by its rules, and may meet at other times in accordance with the rules.

 

Section 12. Quorum. The mayor and two councilors or three councilors is a quorum to conduct business, but a smaller number may meet and compel attendance of absent members as prescribed by rule.

 

Section 13. Vote Required. The express approval of a majority of a quorum of the council is necessary for any council decision, except when this charter requires approval by a majority of the council.

 

Section 14. Record. A record of council meetings must be kept in a manner prescribed by rule.

 

 


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