Sec. 4.06 Legislative Powers
   A.   The Mayor shall preside at all meetings of the Council but shall have no vote therein except in the event of a tie vote of members of Council upon any ordinance, resolution or other action and the vote shall have the same legal effect as a vote of a member of Council. The Mayor, in addition to presiding at Council meetings, may take part in the discussion upon all matters under consideration by the Council and may introduce and propose ordinances and resolutions. If adoption thereof be moved by a member of Council, the same shall be considered and acted upon as if introduced and proposed by a member of Council.
   B.   Every ordinance or resolution adopted by the Council shall be signed by its President or in such person's absence by a President pro tem, designated by the Council, shall be attested by the Clerk of Council, and promptly presented to the Mayor. If the Mayor approves such ordinance or resolution, such person shall sign it within ten (10) days after its passage by the Council. If such person does not approve it, he shall return the same to the Council, by delivery to the Clerk of Council, within said ten (10) day period together with a written statement of his objections, which statement in its entirety shall be entered on the journal of the Council.
   C.   The Mayor may approve or disapprove, in the manner above provided, the whole or any item of an ordinance or resolution appropriating money and the item or items so disapproved shall be void unless re-passed by the Council in the manner herein prescribed, but otherwise the Mayor's approval or disapproval shall cover the entire ordinance or resolution.
   D.   If the Mayor does not sign or disapprove an ordinance or resolution within said ten (10) day period after its passage by the Council, it shall take effect in the same manner as if the Mayor had signed it on the last day of such ten (10) day period.
   E.   The Council may reconsider the vote on the passage of any legislation disapproved by the Mayor not later than thirty (30) days after the date upon which the Mayor returned the same to the Council with the Mayor's objections. If on reconsideration such legislation is approved by five (5) members of the Council, it shall become effective as of the time provided in Section 3.13 Article III.