Section 4.09  VETO BY MAYOR.
   (A)   Except as otherwise provided in this Charter, each ordinance or resolution passed by the Council shall be presented to the Mayor by the Clerk of Council within five days after its passage for the Mayor's approval or veto.
 
   (B)   The Mayor may veto any item of an ordinance or resolution appropriating money, otherwise the Mayor's veto shall be addressed to the entire ordinance or resolution.  If the Mayor shall disapprove of the ordinance or resolution, or any such item thereof described above, he shall mark it "vetoed" or "disapproved" and return it with his reasons therefor to the Clerk of Council within ten days after it was presented to him.  If the Mayor shall fail to return an ordinance or resolution to the Clerk of Council as being either approved or disapproved (vetoed) within ten days after it is presented to him by the Clerk, such ordinance or resolution shall take effect without the Mayor's approval.
 
   (C)   The Council may reconsider any ordinance or resolution, or any item thereof, disapproved or vetoed by the Mayor at any meeting of the Council held within sixty days after it is returned to the Clerk of Council as disapproved (vetoed) by the Mayor, and if such ordinance or resolution, upon reconsideration, is approved by a vote of not less than three-fourths of the members of the Council, it shall take effect as either an emergency or nonemergency measure, as may be appropriate.