The day-to-day functions of the city clerk and city treasurer are performed by the employment of deputy clerks and treasurers, as the clerk and treasurer maintain outside
The judge of the Municipal Court of the City of Marietta presides over cases involving the violation of city ordinances and state statutes adopted by the City Council.
The deputy clerk and treasurer are supervised by the respective elected official.
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The clerk and treasurer are also considered officers of the City and serve to maintain documents, records, and archives and maintain records of financial encumbrances and deposits, respectively.
The aldermanic form of government, as authorized by Oklahoma Statute, consists of a mayor, who is elected at large, and two councilmembers from each ward of the City. Members of the governing body must be residents and registered voters of the City.
The mayor shall preside at meetings of the council, and shall certify to the correct enrollment of all ordinances and resolutions passed by it. The mayor serves as the chief executive officer of the City, but is not considered a member of the council for quorum or voting purposes; except that he or she may vote when the council is equally divided.
Such cases include traffic violations, including DUI, juvenile offenses, such as curfew violations, and other misdemeanor violations.
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