2-1-3: DEFINITIONS:
 
ADVICE AND CONSENT:
A duty of the city council, pursuant to subsection 1-6-5A3, is to vote on each of the mayor's appointments, made pursuant to subsection 1-7-4D; each vote may either approve or disapprove of a given appointment.
CITY ADMINISTRATION:
The mayor and city administrator and the authorized officers and assistants acting on their behalf.
COMMITTEE:
Unless otherwise expressly provided, as used in this chapter, the term “committee” includes every executive branch board, commission, agency or committee of the city, either individually or collectively, as the term in context would indicate.
STANDING COMMITTEE (OR EXECUTIVE BRANCH STANDING COMMITTEE):
An executive branch committee which is required or allowed by state law ("statutory committee") or by title 2 of this code ("title 2 committee" or "title 2 standing committee"). The members are appointed or reappointed by the mayor, with the advice and consent of the city council.
SUPPORT ORGANIZATION:
A city controlled tax exempt entity created to assist the city in raising private funds for the city's public purposes.
TEMPORARY COMMITTEE (OR EXECUTIVE BRANCH TEMPORARY COMMITTEE):
An executive branch committee which is not required by state law or by title 2 of this code.  It may exist for not more than 365 days, with the members to be appointed by the mayor, without the advice and consent of the city council.  All executive branch committees which are not standing committees are temporary committees.(2001 Code § 2-6-103; amd. Ord. 10-08, 2-24-2010; Ord. 19- 53, 12-11-2019, Effective at 12 noon on January 6, 2020; Ord. 19-16, 4-10-2019, Effective at 12 noon on January 6, 2020; Ord. 20-38, 9-30-2020)