Section 3.  Removal.
   The Council may remove the Mayor for gross misconduct, or malfeasance, misfeasance or nonfeasance in or disqualification for office, or for the conviction while in office of any felony or  other crime involving moral turpitude, or if adjudicated legally incompetent, or for a violation of his/her oath of office; provided, however, that such removal shall not take place without the concurrence of two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the Council nor until the Mayor has been notified in writing of the charge against him/her at least ten (10) days in advance of a public hearing upon such charge, and he/she or his/her counsel has been given an opportunity at such hearing to be heard, present evidence or examine any witness appearing in support of the charge.
(Amended 11-4-1980; 11-7-2000)