Unless the ordinance or resolution shall specify a later date, the effective date of any ordinance or resolution shall be thirty (30) days after its adoption, except as otherwise provided in this Charter or by the Constitution of the State of Ohio.
Ordinances or resolutions providing for appropriations for the current expenses of the City, or for street improvements petitioned for by the owners of the majority of the front footage of the property benefited to be assessed for the improvement, shall go into immediate effect.
Every ordinance or resolution, upon its final passage, shall be recorded in a book or other record kept for this purpose, and shall be authenticated by the signature of the presiding officer and the Clerk of Council. Failure to authenticate will not invalidate the ordinance or resolution.