The mayor shall be the titular head of the city for all ceremonial purposes and for
all processes of law. He shall be the president of the council and shall have a voice and vote in its
proceedings, but no power of veto. He shall have no administrative powers. In case of his absence or disability, the council may appoint another of its members
to fulfill his duties temporarily.
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