(a)   When the Mayor has reason to believe that the duly appointed Marshal of the Village has been guilty of incompetency, inefficiency, dishonesty, drunkenness, immoral conduct, insubordination, discourteous treatment of the public, neglect of duty, or any other acts of misfeasance, malfeasance or nonfeasance in the performance of his or her official duty, he or she shall file with Council written charges against such person, setting forth in detail the reason for the charges, and immediately serve a true copy of the charges upon the person against whom they are made.
   (b)   Charges filed under this section shall be heard at the next regular meeting of Council occurring not less than five days after the date such charges have been served on the person against whom they are made.  The person against whom such charges are filed may appear in person and by counsel at such hearing, examine all witnesses and answer all charges against him or her.
   (c)   At the conclusion of the hearing, Council may dismiss the charges, suspend the accused from office for not more than sixty days or remove the accused from office.
   (d)   Action of Council removing or suspending the accused from office requires the affirmative vote of two-thirds of all members elected to it.
   (e)   In the case of removal from office, the person so removed may appeal on questions of law and fact the decision of Council to the Court of Common Pleas.  Such appeal shall be taken within ten days from the date of the finding of Council.
(ORC 737.171)