Sec. 2.1. General powers.
Unless otherwise provided or limited in this Charter, the city and its officers shall possess and be vested with any and all powers, privileges, and immunities, expressed or implied, which cities and their officers are, or hereafter may be, permitted to exercise or to provide for in their Charters under the Constitution and laws of the State of Michigan, including all powers, privileges, and immunities which cities are, or may be, permitted to provide in their Charters by Act No. 279 of the Public Acts of 1909 (MCL 117.1 et seq.), as amended, as fully and completely as though these powers, privileges and immunities were specifically enumerated in and provided for in this Charter, and in no case shall any enumeration of particular powers, privileges, or immunities herein be held to be exclusive.
The City and its officers shall have power to exercise all municipal powers in the management and control of municipal property and in the administration of the municipal government, whether such powers be expressly enumerated herein or not; to do any act to advance the interests of the City, the good government and prosperity of the municipality and its inhabitants, and, through its regularly constituted authority, to pass and enforce all laws, ordinances, and resolutions relating to its municipal concerns, subject to the Constitution and general laws of the State and the provisions of this Charter.