§ 10.08  REVIVOR.
   (A)   A repealed ordinance without a delayed effective date is revived when the ordinance that repealed it is repealed by another ordinance enacted at the same meeting of Council.
   (B)   A repealed ordinance with a delayed effective date is revived by the enactment of a repealer of the ordinance that repealed it at the same or any subsequent meeting of Council as long as it takes effect prior to the effective date of the original repealer.
   (C)   An amended ordinance without a delayed effective date remains unchanged with respect to an amendment which is repealed at the same meeting of Council which enacted the amendment.
   (D)   An amended ordinance with a delayed effective date remains unchanged with respect to that amendment if the ordinance making the amendment is repealed at the same or at a subsequent meeting of Council as long as the repealing ordinance takes effect prior to the effective date of the original amendment.
   (E)   No other action of Council repealing a repealer or an amendment shall have the effect of reviving the original language of the repealer or amendment as the case may be.
(KRS 446.100)  ('60 Code, § 1-4)