SECTION 2.15  RESOLUTIONS.
   Action by Council which is not required by this Charter to be by ordinance, and which is not of general public application or interest, may be taken by resolution. Such a resolution shall be introduced in writing, by a member of Council, and may be adopted by voice vote of a majority of “Council”. No waiting period, notice or publication shall be required and a resolution shall become effective on its adoption and not subject to veto. However, the Clerk of Council shall record resolutions in a separate book, which shall be a public record. (Amended 11-7-17)