Every proposed ordinance or resolution shall be introduced in the final written or printed form required for adoption. The enacting clause of ordinances shall recite: “Be it enacted by the Town of Palm Shores, Florida.” No ordinance shall be passed until it has been read at two (2) Council meetings, not less than one (1) week apart, except that a second reading, other than by title, may be dispensed with upon the unanimous affirmative vote of the Council members present.
   A proposed ordinance may be amended at either meeting. However, no ordinance shall be amended at the second or later reading so as to change its intent without a further complete reading of the affected portion at least one (1) week later. The Council shall provide for public hearings or for the publication of notice concerning the subject matter of any proposed ordinance or amendment. Ordinances and resolutions shall become effective upon passage unless otherwise specified herein. Every ordinance and resolution shall, upon final passage, be authenticated by the presiding officer and the Town Clerk, and shall be published as the Council shall prescribe. Applicable ordinances shall be recorded with the Clerk of Courts.