position of mayor shall be elected at large by the registered voters of the city.
The mayor shall preside at all meetings of the city commission
and perform such other duties consistent with that office; and shall have a voice
and vote in the proceedings of the city commission, but no veto power.
mayor shall serve as the head of the municipal government for the purpose of execution
of legal documents as required by ordinance. The mayor shall also serve as the
ceremonial head of the city.
commission members are elected officials who are accountable to the citizens at
regularly held elections and who are subject to recall as provided by law. The
citizens, through these processes, have the opportunity to elect, re-elect, or
dismiss their elected officials whose promise of performance or actual performance
in office does/does not reflect the policies which the citizens desire to implement
in the government of the city.
making is the sole prerogative of the commission. Administrative staff, whether
hired or appointed under terms of the City Charter, is subordinate to the elected
officials, whose power derives from the consent of, and election by, the citizens
of the city.
A. Gibson , Mayor
Bracy, Vice Mayor
Engele, Commissioner, Seat 1
Livingston, Commissioner, Seat 2
Bittle, Commissioner, Seat 3
are normally held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 6:00PM in
the Commission Chambers.