(a)   The passage of an ordinance changing a zoning classification shall require the affirmative vote of two-thirds of all the members of Council when:
      (1)   The Planning Commission does not recommend an approval of such change, supplement or amendment; or
      (2)   There is filed with the Planning Commission or Council a written protest against such change, supplement or amendment, signed by the owners of fifty percent (50%) or more of any one of the areas of property designated as follows:
         A.   The area of the lots included in such proposed change; and
         B.   Property owners who were entitled to notice under Section 1133.02 (b)(2) above.
   (b)   Any ordinance changing a zoning classification, if not passed by Council within sixty days after the required public hearing thereon, shall not thereafter be passed by Council until and after a further public hearing has been held.  Notification of the further public hearing shall be given as prescribed elsewhere in this chapter.
(Ord. 14(96-97).  Passed 8-12-96.)