Section 5.1.
   (a)   No person shall hold any elective office of the City unless he was a resident of the City for at least two years immediately prior to, and was a registered elector on, the last day for filing petitions for such office or prior to the time of his appointment to fill a vacancy.
   (b)   The Municipal Judge shall, in addition, have the qualifications for that office hereinafter set forth in Chapter 17.
   (c)   No person shall be eligible for any elective or appointive City office who is in default to the City. The holding of office by any person who is in such default shall create a vacancy unless such default shall be eliminated within thirty days after written notice thereof by the Clerk upon the direction of the Council, or, unless the officer in good faith contests his liability for the default in a court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction.
   (d)   Each member of a City board or commission created by, or pursuant to, this Charter shall have been a resident of the City for at least two years immediately prior to the date of his appointment and shall be a qualified and registered elector of the City on such day and throughout his tenure of office.
   (e)   The Council may, by ordinance, require residence in the City of Wayne as a condition of employment of full time appointive officers.
   (f)   TERM LIMITS - Beginning in 2014, no person shall be eligible for re-election as a Council Member or as Mayor if that person has previously served a total of sixteen (16) years or more in the position of Council Member or Mayor, or a combination of service as Council Member and Mayor.