§ 50.226  INSPECTION PERMIT.
   (A)   The person making application for such sewer connection permit for a sewer referred to in § 50.225 shall inform the Superintendent of Public Works of the date, time, and place for a television inspection of the newly laid, installed, or constructed sewer and pay to the Village Clerk a $20 inspection permit fee. The Superintendent of Public Works or his agent designated by him shall appear and observe such inspection. The Superintendent of Public Works or his agent who observed such television inspection shall report in writing to the corporate authorities of the village at its next meeting the results of such observation of the television inspection, whether such sewer meets the provisions of this chapter relating to specifications and requirements for public sewers, together with his recommendations for acceptance or rejection of such sewer as part of the public sewer system of the village based upon the specifications and requirements of the village relating to public sewers within its system.
   (B)   No such application for sewer connection permit shall be approved and no permit shall be issued by the village unless the Superintendent of Public Works or his agent shall first have observed such television inspection and shall have reported in writing to the corporate authorities of the village as set forth in this section.
   (C)   The corporate authorities, by Resolution, shall accept or reject such newly laid, installed, or constructed sewer as part of the public sewer system of the village. If the corporate authorities accept such sewer, such acceptance authorizes its connection with the existing public sewer system and issuance by the Superintendent of Public Works a sewer connection permit. If the corporate authorities reject such sewer, the corporate authorities, through the Superintendent of Public Works, shall inform the applicant of the reason for rejection. If such rejected sewer is relaid, reconstructed, and reinstalled, additional applications for connection with the public sewer system of the village may be made by such person, but only if additional television inspections of such sewer are provided as above set forth in this chapter.
(Ord. 81-4, passed 2-24-81; Am. Ord. 16-15, passed 4-26-16)