SECTION III-3.00  DISTRICTING OF CITY INTO WARDS.
   A.    For the purpose of dividing the City into wards as required in Section 2 of this Article III, the existing Council at the time this Charter is adopted shall, no later than October 1, 1970, appoint by a majority vote of the members of Council, six qualified voters of the City to the Districting Commission. The members of the Districting Commission shall not hold any other office or employment with the City. The Districting Commission shall divide the City into five (5) wards of substantially equal population no later than January 1, 1971, by a majority vote of its members. Upon the division of the City into wards, the Districting Commission shall certify a copy of its action to the Clerk of Council and to the Clerk of the Board of Elections.
   B.    In January of 1980 and each ten years thereafter, and at any other time when the Council deems it necessary to preserve substantially equal population in the wards, the Council shall appoint six (6) new members to the Districting Commission, who shall have the same qualifications as provided in paragraph A of this section, to adjust and change the wards. The Districting Commission so appointed shall redivide the City into five (5) wards of substantially equal population no later than six (6) months after their appointment by a majority vote of its members. Upon the redivision of the City into wards, the Districting Commission shall certify a copy of its action to the Clerk of the Council and to the Clerk of the Board of Elections.
   C.    No more than three (3) of the members appointed to any Districting Commission appointed under paragraph A. or B. of this Section shall be of the same political party.