Defense and indemnification — See Ch. 12.
Code of Ethics — See Ch. 17.
Pensions — See Ch. 43.
Personnel policies — See Ch. 47.
ARTICLE IMayor and Trustees (§ 40-1 — § 40-3)
ARTICLE IIAppointment of Elected Officials (§ 40-4 — § 40-5)
§ 40-1Terms of office.
§ 40-2Biennial elections; exception.
§ 40-3Publication and posting.
The terms of office of the Mayor and the Trustees of the Village of Blasdell shall hereafter be for four years.
Village elections for the election of the Mayor and Trustee shall hereafter be held biennially on the third Tuesday in March in the odd-numbered years.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection A hereof, an election shall be held on the third Tuesday in March 1982 for the election of those Village Trustees (and the Mayor, if applicable) regularly elected at the village election in 1980, and the officials elected at such election shall serve for terms commencing upon the expiration of the terms of the incumbents of the respective offices and ending at 12:00 noon on the first Monday in the month following the village election in the year 1985, such Trustees (and the Mayor, if applicable) having been elected for terms of three years.
This Article being subject to a permissive referendum as prescribed by § 3-302, Subdivision 5a, of the Village Law, notice of its adoption by this Board of Trustees shall be published in the official newspaper of the village within 10 days of its adoption and a printed copy of such notice shall be conspicuously posted in at least six public places in the village.
§ 40-5Eligibility of former officials.
It is the intent of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Blasdell to promote the public interest by authorizing appointment to a position as village officer or employee of a person who had been an elected official of the Village of Blasdell and who has resigned his elected position to accept such appointment. It is the belief of the Board of Trustees in enacting this Article that the public will be benefited by allowing qualified former elected officials to be eligible for appointive village positions, thus bringing to the public office or employment the expertise which results from municipal experience.
A former Village Mayor or a former Village Trustee shall be eligible for appointment to fill a vacancy in any village appointive office or village appointive position.