Council Term Limits – City Charter Section 3-10

CHARTER SECTION 3-10. TERM LIMITATION.

(a) No person shall be elected to the office of district Council member, at-large Council member, Mayor, or a combination of the three offices, for more than two (2) consecutive terms of four (4) years each; provided that the term served in filling a vacancy or unexpired term shall not be considered as part of the two (2) consecutive terms of four (4) years each.

(b) Following the election to two (2) consecutive terms as district Council member, at-large Council member, Mayor, or a combination of the three offices, such person may not be elected to or appointed to the position of district Council member, at-large
Council member, or Mayor for a period of one (1) four year term of the Council.

(c) This Charter amendment shall become effective from the time of its approval by the electors. In determining whether someone who currently serves may be elected in future elections, the terms of service to which one was elected prior to the enactment
of this Section 3-10 shall not be considered.

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