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|Albany Municipal Airport Manager's Authority over Aircraft||Resolution 5983||February 23, 2011|
|Albany Municipal Airport Minimum Standards||Resolution 6761||January 23, 2019|
|Basement Flooding Protection Improvements||Resolution 4180||October 13, 1999|
|Capital Reimbursement Policy for Water, Sewer, Streets, and Storm Drain Facilities||Resolution 6470||December 7, 2015|
|Maintenance on House Laterals||Resolution 2313||February 24, 1982|
|North Albany Water System Operation||Resolution 3363||May 25, 1994|
|Parking Restrictions on Public Streets||Resolution 7083||February 23, 2022|
|Prohibition of Parking at Street Intersections||Resolution 2404||June 22, 1983|
|SDC Credit Methodology for Water and Sewer||Resolution 3885||December 17, 1997|
|Sewer Non-connection Permit||Resolution 2349||September 8, 1982|
|Sewer SDC Methodology||Resolution 7139||September 28, 2022|
|Transportation SDC Methodology||Resolution 7140||September 28, 2022|
|Use of City Resources for the Removal or Storm or Ground Water on Private Property||Resolution 3745||February 12, 1997|
|Utility Bill Mailings||Resolution 5324||September 13, 2006|
|Water SDC Methodology||Resolution 7138||September 28, 2022|
The City Council is the legislative branch of our local government. It is composed of a mayor and six councilors with two councilors elected from each ward. The councilors serve for a term of four years, and the mayor serves for a term of two years. The Council adopts laws called ordinances, passes resolutions, sets policies, adopts the budget, levies taxes, and conducts public meetings.
The current Albany City Charter became effective on January 1, 1957. By Charter, the City of Albany adopted a council-manager form of government. The Charter provides that the City Manager is the administrative head of the City, and the manager serves at the pleasure of the Council.
The manual includes protocols that were developed at an Albany City Council training session held on January 19, 2018, and endorsed by council on February 26, 2018. They are intended to set expectations for members of the Albany City Council and provide a model to guide the conduct and working relationships of Council Members.