Sec. 2-1-6. Council correspondence.

(a) Availability to the Public. Correspondence addressed to the city council that is received by the city clerk or any other officer or employee of the city does not become a public record until received and filed by the council at a regular, special or adjourned meeting of the council.

(b) Authority of City Manager. The city manager is authorized to open and examine all mail and other written communications addressed to the city council and to give it immediate attention, to the end that all administrative business referred to in the communications and not necessarily requiring council action may be acted upon between council meetings. (Ord. No. 935, § 2 (part); Ord. No. 1317, § 2 (part).)