SECTION XIV
Initiative and Referendum
 
   (a)   Ordinances and other measures may be proposed by initiative petition and adopted by election, and ordinances and other measures adopted by the Council shall be subject to referendum to the extent and in the manner now or hereafter provided by the Constitution or in the General Laws of Ohio, except that the period for filing referendum petitions shall continue until the date when the ordinance or other measure otherwise becomes effective under Section IV, Item 7, and except that an ordinance or measure may be submitted upon a referendum petition to the electors for their approval or rejection at an election to be held on any date determined by Council occurring at least 90 days after the certifying of such petition to the Board of Elections, but not later than the next regular municipal election occurring at least 90 days following such certification.
(Amended 11/8/66)
 
   (b)   Any ordinance to be submitted to the electors of the City by Initiative Petition shall be placed upon the ballot by means of the following language, to wit:
 
      Shall an Ordinance, submitted by Initiative Petition, entitled       (title)          and providing for     (brief description)          (of effect)        be approved, adopted and enacted into law?
 
                              
   :            :    Yes    :
   :            :    No      :
 
   (c)   Any Ordinance passed by the Council which is thereafter to be submitted to the electors of the City by Referendum Petition for rejection shall be placed on the ballot by means of the following language, to wit:
 
      Shall Ordinance       (number)          , adopted by the Council of the City of Berea on       (date)      , entitled         (title)            and providing for     (brief description of effect)            be continued in full force and effect?
 
                              
   :            :    Yes    :
   :            :    No      :
(Amended 11/4/86)