[HISTORY: Adopted by Common Council of City of North Tonawanda as L.L. No. 1, 1924; became a law 8-5-1924.]
Whenever a local law, after its passage by the common council of the city of North Tonawanda, shall be presented to the mayor for approval, he shall forthwith fix a day for a public hearing concerning such local law and cause public notice of the time and place of such hearing to be given. Such notice shall be given by publication once in the official newspaper of the city. Such hearing shall be held not earlier than five days after the last day of the publication of such notice. Such notice shall contain the title of the local law and an explanatory statement concerning the same. The mayor shall attend at the time and place appointed for such hearing and afford an opportunity for a public hearing concerning the local law. Such hearing may be adjourned from time to time but an adjournment shall not operate to extend the time of the mayor to approve such local law or return it to the common council with his objections, pursuant to the city home rule law.
This local law shall take effect immediately.