(A)   The President shall serve as the Chair, shall preserve order and decorum and may speak to points of order in preference to other members, and shall decide all questions of order subject to appeal.
   (B)   If the President refuses to allow the Council members to exercise their right to appeal a decision of the Chair, the Council members may consider and pass upon the matter in spite of the Chair’s failure to grant them appeal.
   (C)   The President shall have the power to require the Council room to be cleared, or to have any disorderly person or persons ejected, in case of any disturbances or disorderly conduct which prevent the meeting from being continued in an orderly manner.
   (D)   Nothing in this code shall preclude the President from making or seconding a motion, or from voting on any matters coming before the Council.