§ 2.090. Ordinances: Passage by bill; amendments; subject matter; title requirements  

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  • 1. No ordinance may be passed except by bill and by a majority vote of the City Council. The style of all ordinances shall be as follows: "The City Council of the City of Reno do ordain:".

    2. No ordinance shall contain more than one subject, which shall be briefly indicated in the title. Where the subject of the ordinance is not so expressed in the title, the ordinance is void as to the matter not expressed in the title.

    3. Any ordinance which amends an existing ordinance shall set out in full the ordinance or sections thereof to be amended, and shall indicate matter to be omitted by enclosing it in brackets and shall indicate new matter by underscoring or by italics.

(Ch. 662, Stats. 1971 p. 1967; A—Ch. 553, Stats. 1973 p. 878)