§ 609. ENACTMENT OVER VETO.  


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  • The Council may reconsider any ordinance, resolution, or other action subject to the Mayor's veto, which has been vetoed by the mayor and if, after such reconsideration, five members of the Council shall vote in favor of passage thereof, it shall become effective notwithstanding the Mayor's veto. If more than five votes are required for the adoption or approval of any resolution, ordinance or other action by the provisions of this Charter or other superseding law, such larger vote shall be required to overcome the veto of the Mayor. If such vetoed ordinance, resolution, or other action is not passed over the Mayor's veto within thirty days of such veto, the resolution, ordinance, or other action shall be deemed disapproved.

    (Amendment ratified 1993 General Municipal Election, April 27, 1993.)