Section 4.03 Veto Power.
   (A)    Except as otherwise provided in this Charter, each ordinance and resolution shall be presented to the Mayor by the Clerk of Council. If the Mayor approves the ordinance or resolution, he shall sign and return it, but if he does not approve it, he shall return it as vetoed with a statement of his objections to the Council, which objections shall be entered in the records of the Council.
   (B)   The Council may then reconsider the vote on the passage of legislation vetoed by the Mayor, not later than at its next regular meeting which occurs at least five days after the Mayor's objections are returned to the Council. If, on reconsideration, it is approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to Council, it shall become effective as provided under this Charter.
   (C)    If any ordinance or resolution shall not be returned by the Mayor within ten days after it was presented to the Mayor, it shall become effective in the same manner as if it had been signed on the last day of the ten day period .