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When such a petition is filed with the Clerk of the Council he shall determine the sufficiency thereof in the manner provided in this Charter for an initiative petition for an ordinance. If the petition be found sufficient, or be rendered sufficient by amendment as provided in Sections 52, 53 and 54 hereof, the Clerk shall certify that fact to the Council, which shall proceed to reconsider the ordinance. If, upon such reconsideration, the ordinance be not entirely repealed the Council shall provide for submitting it to a vote of the electors of the City, and in so doing the Council shall be governed by the provisions of Sections 57 and 66 hereof respecting the time of submission and manner of voting on ordinances proposed to the Council by petition.
(Effective November 8, 1994)