§ 7.4. Quorum  


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  • A majority of the members elected to the council, or appointed to a committee of council, shall constitute a quorum and shall be necessary for the transaction of business. If a quorum is not present, those in attendance may adjourn by a majority vote until a later time or date or may recess and direct the clerk to procure the attendance of absent members. When a quorum is present, a majority vote of those members shall be sufficient to transact all business except the enactment of ordinances and as a larger number is required by law or the rules of council.