The language of the Articles refers only to the proposal ("initiative") or the repeal ("referrendum") of an "ordinance." There appears to be nothing in any of the charter language that suggests the process could be used to "recall" an elected official.
The fact that the Article 7 Title uses the term, "Recall," suggests that at the time of drafting there was some thought to having an express recall procedure, but nothing was ever enacted -- since there is no procedure specified in the Charter.
Also, it is well established in the common law that a Title does not have any legal effect, absent express language to the contrary. So, despite the presence of the term "recall" in the title, it is legally meaningless -- based on the actual language of the Charter.
Probably not what you wanted to read -- but, at least, now you know for sure.
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