After final passage, every ordinance and resolution shall be recorded in a book kept for that purpose, and shall be authenticated by the signatures of the presiding officer and the city clerk.
   At least three correct copies of every ordinance of a general or permanent nature, in the form in which it has been passed shall be made available to public inspection in the office of the city clerk and a notice describing such ordinance in brief and general terms and stating that such ordinance is available for personal inspection at the office of the city clerk shall be published once in a newspaper of general circulation in the city within ten (10) days after the final passage of such ordinance.
(Amended 11-8-77.)