Sec. 3-304  VETO.
   A.   Every ordinance and resolution passed by the City Council is subject to review by the Mayor unless otherwise stated in this Charter.
   B.   No ordinance or resolution of the City Council subject to review by the Mayor shall have any force or effect if:
      1.   The Mayor or person acting in his or her stead prepares a notice in writing suspending the operation of such ordinance or resolution which sets forth reasons therefor; and
      2.   Such notice is filed in the office of the City Clerk within 168 hours after the delivery of the ordinance or resolution to the office of the Mayor by the Clerk, or an agent of the Clerk.
   C.   If the ordinance is an emergency ordinance, the Mayor will have only twenty-four (24) hours to exercise the veto after receipt of written notice of adoption.
   D.   In each case where such notice of veto is filed, such ordinance or resolution shall not become law without further affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the members elect on the City Council at a meeting held within two (2) weeks of the notice of veto.
      If two-thirds (2/3) of the members elect vote in favor of overriding the veto, the ordinance or resolution shall be adopted without further review by the Mayor.
(Adopted by the electorate, 11-5-1974)