The council shall possess and exercise, by itself or through such methods as it may
provide, all executive, legislative or judicial powers of the city, except as otherwise
expressly provided by general law or this act. It shall have the power to elect or appoint any officer and define his duties, or
any employee it may deem necessary, and any such officer or employee elected or appointed
by the council may be removed by it at any time, except as otherwise provided in this
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