TITLE 2:  ADMINISTRATION AND PERSONNEL
   Chapter
      2.04.   MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
      2.08.   TOWN COUNCIL
      2.12.   TOWN MANAGER
      2.16.   DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
      2.20.   BUILDING INSPECTOR
      2.24.   OFFICERS’ BONDS
      2.28.   PLANNING COMMISSION
      2.32.   PARK AND RECREATION COMMISSION
      2.36.   RESERVED
      2.40.   RESERVED
      2.44.   APPEALS PROCEDURE
      2.48.   CONFLICT OF INTEREST
      2.52.   EMERGENCY SERVICES
      2.56.   PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
      2.60.   PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
      2.64.   RETIREMENT SYSTEM
CHAPTER 2.04:  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
Section
   2.04.010   Municipal elections
   2.04.020    Council vacancies
§ 2.04.010  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.
   (A)   Beginning with the November, 2020 election, all general municipal elections shall be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even-numbered years and shall be consolidated with the statewide general election held on that day.
   (B)   When a municipal election is held in the town and the election is consolidated with another election, the provisions contained in Cal. Elections Code §§ 23300 et seq. shall govern the consolidation, and, if the County Clerk is requested to conduct the municipal election, Cal. Elections Code § 22003 shall be applicable to that election.
(Prior Code, § 2.02.010)  (Ord. 620, passed - -1993; Am. Ord. 807, passed 5-3-2017)
§ 2.04.020  COUNCIL VACANCIES.
   (A)   If a vacancy occurs on the Town Council, the Town Council shall, within 60 days from the commencement of the vacancy, either fill the vacancy by appointment or call a special election to fill the vacancy as provided by Cal. Gov’t Code § 36512(b).
   (B)   If the Town Council fills the vacancy by appointment, the person appointed shall hold office only until the date on which the town holds a special election, which shall immediately be called to fill the remainder of the term as permitted under Cal. Gov’t Code § 36512(c)(3).  The special election may be held either on the date of the next regularly established election or regularly scheduled municipal election to be held throughout the town not less than 114 days from the call of the special election, as provided by Cal. Gov’t Code § 36512(c)(3).
(Ord. 769, passed 4-3-2013; Am. Ord. 807, passed 5-3-2017)