(A)   Quorum and punishment for non-attendance. At all Council meetings, the majority of all the Council members elected shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but a smaller number may adjourn from time to time.
   (B)   Voting. The votes of the members of any question pending before the Council may be by voice vote, standing vote or in any other manner of voting which signifies the intention of the members, and the names of those voting for and against the question shall be recorded in the minutes. If any member, being present, does not vote, the minutes, as to his or her name, shall be marked “Present - Not Voting”.
   (C)   Requisite majority. A majority vote of all members of the Council shall be necessary for approval of any ordinance unless a larger number is required by statute. Except as otherwise provided by statute, a majority vote of a quorum shall prevail in all other cases.
(1978 Code, § 201.05)