SECTION 7.13  Board and Commissions - Organization.
   At the first meeting in each year of each of the Planning Commission; Civil Service Commission; Park, Recreation and Cemetery Board; Charter Review Commission and any other board or commission created by ordinances, the members of such boards and commissions shall each elect a chairman and a secretary by a majority vote of the members appointed to such board or commission.  The chairman and secretary of each board or commission hereinabove referred to shall serve at the pleasure of such board or commission and until successors are elected by such board or commission.  The chairman of each such board or commission shall be a member of such board or commission, but in no event shall the chairman of any such board or commission, in his dual capacity as a member and presiding officer, cast more than one (1) vote on any action.  The secretary of eac such board or commission may be elected from within or without the membership of such board or commission, and may hold other office or employment with the Municipality.  The secretary of each such board or commission shall keep an accurate record of the proceedings of such board or commission.  If the secretary of such board or commission shall be elected from without the membership of such board or Commission, the secretary shall have no voting rights on any action by the board or commission.
   Members of the boards and commissions hereinabove referred to shall be electors of the Municipality at the time of their appointment and during their respective terms of office, except as specified in Sec. 7.01, and shall not hold other office or employment with the Municipality except as authorized by this Charter.
   A majority of the members of each of the boards and commissions hereinabove referred to shall constitute a quorum for meetings of such board or commission, and a majority vote of the members appointed to each such board or commission shall be necessary to take any action and for the passage of motions by such board or commission.  Rules providing for the number and manner of calling regular and special meetings, and ot provide for the conduct and government of meetings of each such board or commission, may be adopted by a majority vote of the members of each such board or commission; however, such rules shall not conflict with the provisions of this Charter or any ordinance passed by the Council.