SECTION 14.4   WHERE PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS HELD; APPOINTMENT OF ELECTION OFFICIALS.
   It shall be the duty of the City Executive Committees to nominate qualified electors to serve as precinct election officials during a municipal election. Not less than twenty days prior to the holding of any election, the Council, after determining that the qualified electors nominated by the City Executive Committees are duly qualified as prescribed by general law, shall appoint the qualified persons nominated by the City Executive Committees.  In the event Council shall determine that any person nominated is not qualified to serve as an election official, or in the event any person appointed by Council shall refuse to serve as an election official, Council shall proceed to fill the vacancy with a qualified person of the same political affiliation as the original appointee.
   Should any polling place used in the most recent primary, general or municipal election no longer be viable for such use, not less than twenty days prior to the holding of any municipal election, Council shall designate a new polling place for voters within the precinct or precincts affected.
(Ord. 2230.  Passed 7-21-16.)