5.03.   Powers and Duties.
   (A)   The Mayor shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the City. The Mayor shall supervise the administration of the affairs of the City and shall exercise control over all departments and divisions thereof. The Mayor shall be the chief conservator of the peace within the City and shall cause all laws and ordinances to be enforced therein. The Mayor shall:
      (1)   Appoint and, when the Mayor or his or her designee deems necessary for the good of the City, suspend or remove or otherwise discipline the City employees and appointed officers, except as otherwise provided in this Charter. The Mayor shall not appoint, suspend, remove or discipline employees of the Council or elected officials. Employees of such elected officials shall be under the sole control and supervision of such elected officials and may be appointed, suspended, removed or disciplined only by the officer having charge of their control and supervision. The Mayor, or other appointing authority as hereinbefore provided, shall make all appointments and promotions or removals or suspensions of persons in the classified service of the City in the manner required by the provisions of this Charter pertaining to Civil Service;
      (2)   Direct and supervise the administration of all administrative departments, offices and agencies except offices under the direction of elected officials;
      (3)   Attend the meetings of Council, shall be entitled to participate in Council's discussions, and shall have those powers enumerated in subsection (A) of Section 4.02 of this Charter pertaining to the introduction of ordinances and resolutions;
      (4)   Prepare and submit the annual budget and capital program to Council;
      (5)   Submit to Council and make available to the public a complete report on the administrative activities of the City as of the end of each fiscal year;
      (6)   Make such other reports as Council may require concerning the operations of municipal departments, offices, boards, commissions and agencies subject to his or her direction and supervision:
      (7)   Keep Council fully advised as to the financial condition and future operating and capital needs of the City and make such recommendations to Council concerning the affairs of the City as he or she deems desirable;
      (8)   Require reports and information of subordinate officers and City employees as the Mayor deems necessary in the orderly operation of the City, or when requested to do so by Council or any City board or commission;
      (9)   Affix to official City documents and instruments the Mayor's Seal which shall be the seal of the City, but the absence of the seal shall not affect the validity of any such document or instrument; and
      (10)   Exercise all the judicial, military and emergency powers conferred upon Mayors by the laws of Ohio.