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(a) The Mayor shall be elected for a term of four (4) years commencing on the first Sunday of January following a regularly scheduled municipal election, and shall serve until a successor is elected, qualified and assumes office.
(b) The Mayor shall be elected by a majority of the votes cast for such office at a regularly scheduled municipal election. If no candidate shall receive a majority of the votes cast for such office at a regularly scheduled municipal election, a special election shall be conducted on the first Tuesday of December immediately thereafter between the two candidates receiving the highest number of votes for such office at the said regularly scheduled municipal election and the candidate receiving the majority of the votes cast in the special election shall assume the office of the Mayor on the first Sunday of January following the special election.
(c) The Mayor shall be a qualified elector of the City, and a bona fide resident of the City for at least two (2) years immediately prior to any election or appointment to such office.
(d) The Mayor shall hold no other public office in conflict with the duties of Mayor.
(e) The provisions of this Item shall come into full force and effect with the regularly scheduled municipal election for November, 1987.
(Amended 11/4/86; 11-6-90; 11-6-01).