SECTION 10.  SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES.
   Each Councilman shall be paid a salary of six hundred dollars per year, effective July 1, 1969. Council shall hereafter, by ordinance, fix the salaries of the Councilmen, which salaries shall never be less than six hundred dollars per year, nor more than twelve hundred dollars per year and shall be uniform as to each Councilman. The salaries of the Councilmen shall not be raised or lowered during their terms of office, but at any subsequent term, may be raised or lowered at any time, except during the period of forty days preceding the next general municipal election.
   The Mayor shall receive a salary to be fixed by the Council, which salary shall never be less than twelve hundred dollars per year. The salary of the Mayor shall not be raised or lowered during his term of office, but the salary of the Mayor for any subsequent term may be raised or lowered by the Council at any time, except during the period of forty days preceding the next general municipal election.
   The salaries of the Mayor and Councilmen shall be paid in regular monthly or semi- monthly installments as determined by the City Clerk-Treasurer. The salary or compensation of all appointive officials shall be determined by the Mayor with the approval of the Council and the wages or compensation of all employees shall be determined by the officers heading the respective departments, with the approval of the Council.
(1-23-61; 3-28-69; 1-6-86)