Chapter 2.10
CITY COUNCIL

Sections:

2.10.010    Meetings – Time.

2.10.020    Meetings – Location.

2.10.030    Salary.

2.10.040    Filling of council vacancy.

2.10.010 Meetings – Time.

The regular meetings of the city council of the city of Biggs shall be held on the second Tuesday of each month and at such other times during each year as may be provided by law; provided, however, that when the time of regular meeting as aforesaid shall fall on a legal holiday, then such regular day of meeting shall be the next following nonholiday weekday. The standard hour of commencing said meetings shall be 6:30 p.m. of said day of meeting. However, the hour of commencement may be modified for a particular meeting as appropriate. [Ord. 393, 2012; Ord. 375 § 1, 2007; Ord. 340 § 4, 2003; Ord. 48 § 1, 1919]

2.10.020 Meetings – Location.

The place of holding said meetings shall be in the City Council Chamber of the City Hall Annex, located at 3016 Sixth Street in said city of Biggs, unless designated elsewhere by the city council. [Ord. 356 § 1, 2005; Ord. 340 § 4, 2003; Ord. 48 § 2, 1919]

2.10.030 Salary.

Pursuant to Government Code Section 36516, the salary for service upon the city council of the city of Biggs shall be $300.00 per month; provided, that pursuant to Government Code Section 36516.5, the effective date of such salary shall be January 1, 2001. [Ord. 324, 2000]

2.10.040 Filling of council vacancy.

In the event of a vacancy on the city council, for whatever reason, the council shall, within 30 days from the commencement of the vacancy, call a special election to fill the vacancy. The special election shall be held on the date of the next regularly established election or regularly scheduled municipal election to be held throughout the city, not less than 114 days from the call of the special election, as determined by the council. Within 30 days of the vacancy, the council shall also meet to consider an appointment to fill the vacancy; provided, however, that the council retains the discretion to decline any appointment. In the event there is no appointment, the position will remain vacant until the special election. Any person appointed to fill the vacancy holds office only until the date of a special election. [Ord. 378 § 5, 2008]