(b) Deputy Judges. Council may appoint one or more deputy judges as it deems necessary. The deputy municipal judges shall all have the powers of the municipal judge when called upon to act by the municipal judge or council. In the event that more than one municipal judge is appointed, the council shall designate a presiding municipal judge, who shall serve in this capacity during the term for which he was appointed. The deputy municipal judges shall serve at the pleasure of the council.
(c) Compensation. The municipal judge shall receive a fixed salary or compensation set by the council, which shall not be increased or decreased during his term of office. The deputy municipal judges may receive such compensation for services rendered as council may determine.
(d) Removal. Any municipal judge may be removed during his term of office only for cause. A judge may be removed by a majority vote of the council for cause if:
1. He is found guilty of a felony or any other crime involving moral turpitude; or
2. He has willfully or persistently failed to perform his duties; or
3. He has a disability which interferes with the performance of his duties which is, or is likely to become, of permanent character.