[Derived from Ch. II, Sec. 2-27, of the 1978 Code]
Certain appointments to offices and/or employment of the borough are appointments specified by statute and/or ordinance to nominees of the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council; and in given circumstances, a time period may not be specified for the Council to act upon such appointment in the event that no Mayoral nominee is named, or named and approved by the Council.
In accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40:48-1 and N.J.S.A. 40:87-16, the governing body shall prescribe and define, except as otherwise provided by law or ordinance, the duties and terms of office or employment, of all officers, employees and appointees; and provide for the employment and compensation of such officials, employees and appointees, in addition to those provided for by statute or ordinance as may be deemed necessary for the efficient conduct of the affairs of the municipality.
Editor's Note: See now N.J.S.A. 40A:60-5.
In accordance with the foregoing, and included therein, but not specifically limited thereto, the Mayor and Council hereby ordain that in the event any appointment to office and/or employment of the borough is an appointment specified by statute and/or ordinance to be an appointment required to be made by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Council, and in such case where the statute and/or ordinance does not provide a time period within which such advice and consent must be obtained before the nomination and appointment and/or employment become an appointment and/or employment by the Council, that such appointment by the Council may be made 30 days after such Mayoral nomination or failure to nominate and failure to obtain consent of the Council thereof.