141.03   TERMINATION OF EMPLOYEES WHO ATTAIN SEVENTY YEARS OF AGE.
   (a)   The Mayor shall, as of December 31 of any year, terminate the employment of any Municipal employee, except elected officials, part-time employees and administrative employees, who have attained the age of seventy years.
   (b)   Any employee who has attained the age of seventy years on the effective date of this section (Ordinance 1979-45, passed September 24, 1979) shall not be terminated until he or she attains the age of seventy-one years, unless such employee is not physically or mentally competent to perform the duties of the particular position which he or she occupies.
   (c)   Any such employee who has reached the age of seventy or more on the effective date of this section (Ordinance 1979-45, passed September 24, 1979) shall be required to present a certification prior to December 31 by a physician licensed to practice in the State, which physician is mutually acceptable to the employee and the City, certifying that the member is physically and mentally competent to perform the duties of the particular position which he or she occupies.
(Ord. 1979-45. Passed 9-24-79.)