§ 30.04  EMERGENCY MEETINGS.
   (A)   An EMERGENCY MEETING is a meeting of the Council called because of generally unexpected circumstances that require immediate consideration.
   (B)   The Mayor, the Mayor Pro Tempore or any two members of the Council may, at any time, call an emergency meeting by signing a written statement stating the time and place of the meeting and the subjects to be considered.
   (C)   Notice of the meeting shall be given to Council members in the same manner as notice of special meetings.
   (D)   Emergency meetings may also be held when all Council members are present and consent thereto or when those not present have signed a written waiver of notice, provided that the notice to the media required by division (E) below is given.
   (E)   Administration shall give notice of an emergency meeting to each of the media who has requested it in accordance with the Open Meetings Law. This notice shall be given either by telephone or by the same method used to notify Council members and shall be given immediately after the notice has been given to those members.
   (F)   Only business connected with the emergency may be transacted at an emergency meeting. No item may be added for action at an emergency meeting with the exception of a request for the scheduling of another emergency meeting in accordance with the provisions of this section.
(Ord. passed 9-21-2010)