SEC. 2-4.  TERM LIMITS.
   (A)   No person shall be eligible to serve as a member of the city council for more than three consecutive terms following the adoption of the measure, commencing with those elected in the November 3, 2020 election. After serving three consecutive terms as a member of the city council, that person shall not be eligible to be elected or appointed to the city council for any council district until a minimum of two years has passed from the date that he/she left office as a member of the city council.
   (B)   No person shall be eligible to serve in the office of the mayor for more than three consecutive terms following the adoption of the measure, commencing with the individual elected to the office of mayor at the November 3, 2020 election. After serving three consecutive terms as mayor, that person shall not be eligible to be elected or appointed to the position of mayor until a minimum of two years has passed from the date that he/she left office as mayor.
   (C)   For purposes of this section 2-4, an individual elected or appointed as a member of the city council or as mayor for more than one-half of the term for the office for that position shall be deemed to have served a full term. This section does not impose a limit on the absolute number of terms that an individual may serve in his/her lifetime, only a limit on the number of consecutive terms that a person may serve as mayor or as a member of the city council.
(Ord. No. 2974, 2976)