All dischargers shall retain and preserve for no less than three years any records, books, documents, memoranda, reports, correspondence and any and all summaries thereof, relating to monitoring, sampling and chemical analyses made by or in behalf of a discharger in connection with its discharge. All records which pertain to matters which are the subject of administrative adjustment or any other enforcement or litigation activities brought by the city shall be retained and preserved by the discharger until all enforcement activities have concluded and all periods of limitation with respect to any and all appeals have expired. The city shall have the right to enter on the premises of the discharger at all reasonable hours for the purpose of records examination.
(Prior Code, § 1054.33)  (Ord. 59-1991, passed 4-8-1991; Ord. 149-2013, passed 9-9-2013)