Section 6.6.  Attendance; conduct; sergeant-at-arms.
   Any three or more members of the council may be vote either request or compel the attendance of its members and other officers of the city at any meeting.  Any members of the council or other officer, who when notified of such request for his attendance, fails to attend such meeting for reasons other than confining illness or extenuating circumstances shall be deemed guilty of misconduct in office unless excused by the council.  The presiding officer shall enforce orderly conduct at meetings and any councilman or other officer who shall fail to conduct himself in an orderly manner at any meeting shall be deemed guilty of misconduct in office.
   Any police officer designated by the presiding officer of the meeting shall serve as the sergeant-at-arms of the council in the enforcement of the provisions of this section.