SECTION V-1.1. Removal.
   The Council may remove the heads of the Department of Public Safety, Public Service, Finance, and Department of Law for gross misconduct, or malfeasance, misfeasance, or nonfeasance in or for disqualification for office, or for conviction while in office of a crime- involving moral turpitude, or for a violation of oath of office, or for failure to provide Council with requested information, materials, or support that is necessary for Council to conduct its business. Such removal may only be initiated by a written complaint signed by at least five members of Council. Council shall convene a meeting of its committee of a whole to hear said complaint for removal. Said removal shall not take place without the concurrence of two thirds of the members of Council nor until the Department head in question has been notified in writing of the complaint against him/her at least 30 days in advance. Council may, by rule, establish additional procedures regarding such removal proceedings not in conflict with this provision of the Charter. (Added 11-8-11)