Section 4.08  AUTHENTICATION AND RECORDING OF LEGISLATION.
   (A)   Each ordinance and resolution shall be authenticated by the signature of the President of Council or other presiding officer of the Council.  The failure or refusal to sign shall not invalidate an ordinance or resolution.
 
   (B)   Each ordinance and resolution shall be recorded in a book or other record prescribed by Council.  The Clerk of Council or duly authorized representative of the Clerk shall, upon request of any person and upon the payment of a fee if established by Council, certify true copies of any ordinance or resolution, which copies shall be admissible as evidence in any court.