The municipal recorder shall record, in a book used exclusively for that purpose,
all ordinances passed by the governing body. The recorder shall give each ordinance a number, if the governing body has not already
so done. Immediately following each ordinance, or codification of ordinances, the recorder
shall make or cause to be made a certificate stating the date of passage and of the
date of publication or posting, as required. The record and memorandum, or a certified copy thereof, shall be prima facie evidence
of the contents, passage, and publication or posting of the ordinance or codification.
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