2.01  Powers; Composition; Quorum; Ordinances and Resolutions.
   All legislative power shall be vested in the Council.  Council shall be composed of seven members who shall be elected at large for a four-year term.  Councilmen shall be elected in the odd number years with four being elected at one election and three being elected at the next election.
   A majority of all members constitutes a quorum.  A quorum of Council is defined as a majority of those persons holding office as a member of Council at any given time.
   An affirmative vote of the majority of the members of Council holding office shall be necessary to adopt an ordinance.  All motions and resolutions shall require an affirmative vote of the majority of the members of Council present to be adopted.  Each proposed ordinance or resolution shall be in written or printed form and shall contain not more than one subject which shall be clearly stated in the title.  General appropriation ordinances may contain the various subjects and accounts for which moneys are appropriated.  No ordinance, unless it is declared an emergency measure, shall be passed until it has been read on three separate days, the first and second reading of which may be by title only, and if such measure is printed and a copy thereof placed on the desk of each member, the third reading may be by title only.  The rule requiring every ordinance to be read on three separate days may be suspended by a three-fourths vote of all members of Council.