§ 39.106  METHOD AND TERM OF APPOINTMENT.
   All appointive officers of the city shall be appointed as provided by city charter, § 4.02(a). The term of each employee or officer classified as appointive shall expire when the term of the mayor making the appointment expires or a majority of the members of the city council terminates the appointment of the employees appointed by and subject to the direction and supervision of the city council. However, all appointive officers requiring advice and consent of the city council shall remain in an acting appointive office status for a period not to exceed 60 days following the expiration of the mayor’s term. All appointive officers not requiring advice and consent of the city council shall enter upon the discharge of their duties as soon as they shall have duly qualified and following expiration of their appointment as provided herein, shall remain in an acting appointive office status until either their reappointment, removal or the appointment and qualification of a successor.
(1992 Code, § 30-84)  (Ord. 27-76, passed 4-19-1976; Ord. 87-91, passed 11-25-1991; Ord. 37-95, passed 3-6-1995; Ord. 51-03, passed 6-9-2003; Ord. 50-05, passed 5-9-2005; Ord. 94-06, passed 8-7-2006)