Attorney: Morrison mayor votes to avoid challenge
Only one council dissenter on police car loan
MORRISON – With one dissenter, the City Council last week approved borrowing money to buy a police car.
Mayor Roger Drey voted yes, too – a rare instance in which he cast a vote that didn’t break a tie. The vote was 6-1.
Under the municipal code, the mayor’s voting power extends beyond tie-breaking situations, City Attorney Tim Zollinger said in an email to Alderwoman Marti Wood. The mayor also can vote when the majority of aldermen elected have voted in favor of an ordinance, resolution or motion, he said.
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