SECTION 2.08  CHARTER AMENDMENTS AND REVIEW.
   1.   Amendments.  This Charter may be amended only by one of the following methods:
      A.   The Council, by resolution, may submit a proposed amendment to the voters at a special City election or a general election, and a proposed amendment becomes effective when approved by a majority of those voting.
      B.   The Council, by ordinance, may amend the Charter. However, within thirty (30) days of publication of the ordinance, if a petition signed by eligible electors of the City equal in number to ten percent (10%) of the persons who voted at the last preceding regular City election, but not less than 10 persons, is filed with the Council, the Council must submit the amending ordinance to the voters at a special City election or general election, whichever comes first, and the amendment does not become effective until approved by a majority of those voting.
      C.   If a petition signed by eligible electors of the City equal in number to ten percent (10%) of the persons who voted at the last preceding regular City election, but not less than 10 persons, is filed with the Council proposing an amendment to the Charter, the Council must submit the proposed amendment to the voters at a special City election or a general election, whichever comes first, and the amendment becomes effective if approved by a majority of those voting.
   2.   Charter Review Commission.  The Council, using the procedures prescribed in Section 2.06, may establish a Charter Review Commission at least once every ten (10) years following the effective date of this Charter. The Commission, consisting of at least nine (9) members, shall review the existing Charter and may, within twelve (12) months, recommend any Charter amendments that it deems fit. The Council shall submit such amendments to the voters in the form prescribed by the Commission, and an amendment becomes effective when approved by a majority of those voting. The Commission may also recommend to the Council that it exercise its power of amendment pursuant to Section 2.08(1)(B) of this Charter on a matter recommended by the Commission.