Sec. 2-2-80.   Special meetings.
   (a)   The Mayor may convene a special meeting of the Board of Trustees at any time. In addition, any three (3) Trustees may call a special meeting of the Board of Trustees. Whenever a special meeting is called, a notice in writing shall be served upon each member of the Board of Trustees, either in person or by notice left at his or her usual place of residence, stating the date and hour of the meeting and the purpose for which such meeting is called. No business shall be transacted at such meeting, except as is stated in the notice. The City Clerk shall give such notice, at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the special meeting.
   (b)   The Board of Trustees, at any duly convened meeting may, by majority vote, call a special meeting for a future date. Notice of such meeting shall be given to any Trustee not in attendance.
   (c)   Should the Board of Trustees convene for a special meeting pursuant to a request of an interested party for the purpose of accommodating time constraints of said interested party, the Board may, in its discretion, assess fees for the special meeting against the interested party. The Board of Trustees may from time to time by resolution adopt a schedule of fees, which may be assessed for special meetings. Said fees shall reasonably compensate the staff of the City and the City Attorney for time spent in preparation for attendance at special meetings.
(Prior code 2-2-2; Ord. 347 §1, 2008; Ord. 439 §2, 2022)