§ 30.51  PROCEDURE WHEN ORDINANCE IS PRESENTED LESS THAN FIVE DAYS BEFORE ACTION IS TO BE TAKEN OR THREE DAYS PRIOR TO MEETING.
   If an ordinance or resolution is first presented to the Clerk less than five days before the ordinance or written resolution is to be first acted upon by the Board of Trustees, or if such ordinance or written resolution is delivered to Board members less than three days prior to such meeting, then any two members of the Board of Trustees may by written request or by oral request reflected in the minutes of the meeting, request that final action on such ordinance or written resolution be tabled until the next regular meeting of the Board or until a special meeting called for the purpose of considering such ordinance or written resolution, whichever comes first.  In the event of such a request, the ordinance or written resolution shall be tabled unless two-thirds of the corporate authorities of the village vote for immediate consideration of such ordinance or written resolution.
(Ord. 90-13, passed 4-10-90)