SECTION 3.17  APPOINTMENTS; CONSENT AND APPROVAL; AUTHORITY OF VILLAGE COUNCIL.
   Wherever in this Charter provision is made for an appointment to be made by the Mayor subject to the consent and approval of the Council and the Mayor fails, neglects or refuses to make such appointment, the Council shall have the right and discretion to make such appointment by the affirmative vote of five (5) of its members acting on such appointment at any regular meeting of the Council or at any special meeting called for the purpose of acting on such appointment; provided, however, that Council shall not make such appointment without first giving to the Mayor fourteen (14) calendar days' notice to make the appointment prior to such meeting.  Wherever in this Charter provision is made for an appointment to be made by the Mayor subject to the consent and approval of the Council, and the Mayor shall twice make such appointment for the same position or office, and the Council shall twice decline such appointment or twice withhold its consent and approval of such appointment, then Council shall have the right and discretion to make such appointment by the affirmative vote of five (5) of its members voting on such appointment at a regular meeting of the Council or at a special meeting called for the purpose of considering the same.
(Enacted 6-6-89)