SECTION 3.2   QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTIVE OFFICERS; LIMITATION ON ELECTIVE OFFICERS HOLDING OTHER PUBLIC OFFICE, ETC.
   An elective officer shall be a qualified elector and shall have been a resident of the City for a period of thirty days prior to his election.  A member of the Council representing a particular ward also shall have been a resident thereof for a term of thirty days prior to his election and shall remain a resident of the ward from which he is elected during his term of office.
   An elective officer shall hold no other public office or public employment or be a member of any City executive committee of any political party; provided, however, that a notary public, member of the National Guard or Naval or Military Reserve, or public school or college teacher or administrator shall not be deemed to hold public office or public employment within the meaning of this section. (Ord. 2000.  Passed 1-3-02.)