Section 11-43-50

Proceedings - Holding of regular meetings; calling of special meetings.

There shall be at least two regular meetings of the council in each month, except that in towns, as defined in section 11-40-6, there shall be at least one regular meeting of the council in each month; but provided, however, the council of any town may, by ordinance, mandate at least two regular meetings of the council in each month, and the presiding officer shall call special meetings whenever in his opinion the public interest may require it and whenever two aldermen or the mayor request him in writing to call such meeting. Upon the failure or refusal of the presiding officer to call such meeting when requested, the two aldermen or the mayor making the request shall have the right to call such meeting.

(Code 1907, §1198; Code 1923, §1914; Code 1940, T. 37, §430; Acts 1983, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 83-828, p. 49, §1.)