The circulator of any petition paper shall be an elector of the City. Each signer of a petition shall sign and date their name in ink and write their place of residence by street and number, or by other description sufficient to identify the place. The signatures to any such petition paper need not all be appended to one paper but to each such paper there shall be attached an affidavit by the circulator thereof stating the number of signers to such part of the petition, that the circulator is an elector of the City, that the signatures on the petition paper were affixed in the presence of the circulator and that the circulator believes each signature appended to the paper is the genuine signature of the person whose name it purports to be. (Amended 11-5-63; 5-7-13)