Section 10.02  RECALL.
   (A)   The electors shall have the power to remove from office by a recall election any elected official of the Municipality in the manner provided in this Section.
   (B)   If the elected official shall have served six months of his or her term, an elector or electors of the Municipality may serve written notice upon the Clerk of Council of their intent to circulate petitions for the recall of a named elected official or officials.  No petitions for the recall of an elected official may be circulated until such written notice of intent is served upon the Clerk of Council.  Not later than thirty days after service of such notice of intent on the Clerk of Council, such persons may file, with the Clerk of Council, a petition demanding the removal of an elected official.  Separate petitions shall be filed for each elected official sought to be removed by recall.  The Clerk shall note thereon the name and address of the person filing the petition and the date of such filing, and deliver to such person a receipt therefor and attach a copy thereof to said petition.  Such petition may be circulated in separate parts, but the separate parts shall be bound together and filed as one instrument.  Each part shall contain the name and office of the person whose removal is sought.  Such petition shall be signed by at least that number of electors which equals fifteen percent in number of the electors voting at the last preceding regular municipal election.
   (C)   Within ten days after the day on which such petition is filed, the Clerk of Council shall determine whether or not it meets the requirements hereof.  If the Clerk of Council shall find the petition insufficient, the Clerk shall promptly certify the particulars in which the petition is insufficient, deliver a copy of the certificate to the person who filed the petition and make a record of such delivery.  Such person shall be allowed a period of ten days after the day on which such delivery was made in which to make the petition sufficient.  If the Clerk of Council shall find the petition sufficient, the Clerk shall promptly so certify to Council and shall deliver a copy of such certificate to the person whose removal is sought within five days and make a record of such delivery.
   (D)   If the person whose  removal is sought shall not resign within five days after the day on which the Clerk's certificate shall have been delivered, Council shall, by ordinance or resolution, fix a day for holding a recall election, not less than thirty days nor more than forty-five days after the date of the Clerk's certification of sufficiency to the Council, and shall cause notice of such recall election to be published on the same day of each week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the City.  At such recall election, this question shall be placed upon the ballot: "Shall (naming the person whose removal is sought) be allowed to continue as (naming office)?", with the provisions on the ballot for voting affirmatively or negatively.  In the event a majority of the vote is negative, such person shall be removed, the office shall be vacant, and such vacancy shall be filled as provided in this Charter.  If the person is not removed at such recall election, no further recall petitions shall be filed against him or her for a period of one year following such election.