(A)   The county may, without prior notice, suspend any approved discharge access to a CS4 to a person, when suspension is necessary to stop an actual or threatened discharge which presents or may present imminent and substantial danger to the environment, to public health or welfare, or to any system, watercourse, or designated sensitive resource. If a person fails to comply with a suspension order, the county may take steps to prevent or minimize damage to any storm sewer system, watercourse, or sensitive resource or to minimize an identified danger or hazard to the general health and welfare.
   (B)   A person discharging to a CS4 or watercourse in violation of this chapter may have the system access terminated if such termination would abate, reduce, or eliminate an illicit discharge. The county shall notify a violator in writing of the proposed termination of system access. The violator may petition the county for reconsideration. Reinstatement of a discharge, connection, or access which has been terminated pursuant to this section without the county approval constitutes a violation of this chapter.
(2004 Code, § 105-6)  (Ord. 04-03, passed 4-1-2004)