In case of an emergency that threatens health or safety of the inhabitants of the City, or contracts or agreements that are immediately necessary for the preservation or replacement of City real or personal property or facilities, the necessity of public bidding and authorization of expenditure of funds in excess of amounts established in Section 105.01 is eliminated. In such case, the City Manager, with approval of the Council President, may award contracts and make purchases for the purpose of meeting said emergency within their respective departments. In such event, the City Manager shall file promptly with Council a certificate showing such emergency and the necessity for such action, together with an itemized account of all expenditures.
(Ord. 49-01. Passed 6-4-01.)