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(A) Chair. The mayor shall serve as the presiding officer of the assembly. A deputy mayor, chosen by the mayor from among the assembly members, shall preside when the mayor is absent.

(B) Meetings. The assembly shall meet in regular session as determined by ordinance. The mayor or three assembly members may call special meetings.

The assembly by ordinance shall determine its own rules and order of business, including provisions for reasonable notice to all assembly members of regular and special meetings.

(C) Journal. The assembly shall maintain a journal of its proceedings as a public record.

(D) Votes. Voting shall be by roll call, show of hands or other public method as defined by assembly rule. The votes of all assembly members shall be recorded in the journal.

(E) Quorum. A majority of assembly members constitutes a quorum; however, a smaller number may meet in public and reschedule a meeting that a quorum will be compelled to attend, as prescribed by assembly rule.