1060.05   FEES.
   (a)   Effective January 1, 2006, the fee for residential refuse collection service shall be eighteen dollars ($18.00) per month; however, there shall be an additional charge of thirty-five dollars ($35.00) for the first half-hour of each special pick-up and/or chipper service and fifteen dollars ($15.00) for each additional 15 minutes thereafter. The fee for a second toter shall be five dollars ($5.00) per month. Said additional toter shall be limited to one 64-gallon size. If a customer discontinues the second toter service, a thirty-five dollar ($35.00) reactivation and delivery fee shall be charged upon the customer’s subsequent request for a second toter.  The fee for residential refuse collection may be adjusted periodically to reflect any fees charged by the County for refuse disposal.  The adjustment shall become effective upon approval by Council.  The fee for residential refuse collection service shall be paid by all residential customers, and the City may bill in advance for a quarter-annual period.  The City may bill for special pick-ups and chipper service following completion of the work and shall be paid by the customer within the period provided in, and subject to the provisions of, subsection (d) hereof.
   (b)   Residential customers may pay in advance for four quarters of service and shall be entitled to a discount of five percent for prepayment.
   (c)   The fee per pick-up for commercial/industrial service shall be six dollars  ($6.00) per cubic yard or fraction thereof, based on the capacity of the refuse container in service and adjusted periodically to reflect any fees charged by the County for refuse disposal.
   (d)   Fees shall be paid by all users of the service.  Customers shall be billed on a regular basis.  A second billing shall be made to customers whose bills are unpaid for a period of thirty days or more and a twenty percent penalty shall be added thereto and paid by the customer.  If bills remain unpaid by the end of the quarterly service period, the service may be discontinued by the City and/or the City may proceed as set forth in division (e) of this section.
   (e)   If a householder fails to pay the second billing provided for in division (d) of this section by the end of the quarterly service period, the householder or any other person, firm or corporation receiving said service by failing to pay therefore may be duly prosecuted as provided in Section 1060.99; or have said charges along with the penalty become a lien as provided in Section 1060.09; or have said charges be collectible by a civil suit as other debts of like amount are recoverable together with any interest, penalty, collection costs and attorneys' reasonable fees incurred by the City with regards to the collection. The service period shall be the quarter to which the second billing, provided in division (d) of this section, applies.
(Ord. 24-85.  Passed 1-20-86; Ord. 9-05.  Passed 9-19-05; Ord. 7-06.  Passed 4-17-06; Ord. 6-11.  Passed 2-21-11; Ord. 8-11.  Passed 3-21-11; Ord. 15-14.  Passed 8-18-14.)