10-2-5-1: EVERY STRUCTURE MUST BE INDIVIDUALLY CONNECTED:
Every building, structure or sewer user connecting to the City sewer system shall be separately and independently connected, by a separate private service line, to a public sewer, except as provided in section 10-2-9-1 of this chapter, and as follows:
   A.   Exception For Townhouses: Each sewer user within a townhouse shall not be required to be separately and independently connected by a separate service line to a public sewer if: 1) for each building the private service line is of an adequate size to meet the wastewater requirements of the joint users; and 2) the townhouse development includes, within its covenants or homeowners' agreement, suitable arrangements for maintenance of the private service lines serving the development.
   B.   Exception For Industrial, Commercial, Apartments, Condominiums And Accessory Buildings: Each sewer user within an industrial, commercial, apartment complex, condominium development or residential accessory building shall not be required to be separately and independently connected to a public sewer if: 1) for each building and/or development, the private service lines are of adequate size to meet the wastewater requirements of the joint users; and 2) the property is under single ownership on a single tax parcel. (1952 Code § 8-11-05.01)