Sec. 13-3-100.   Revocation of service.
   (a)   Service may be revocable by the City upon nonpayment of any valid fees or charges owing to the City. In the event of nonpayment, the customer shall be given not less than ten (10) days' advance notice in writing of the revocation, which notice shall set forth:
      (1)   The reason for the revocation;
      (2)   That the customer has the right to contact the City, and the manner in which the City may be contacted for the purpose of resolving the obligations; and
      (3)   That there exists an opportunity for a hearing in accordance with Article 7 of this Chapter.
   (b)   If the obligation is not resolved within the time prescribed, service to the property shall be revoked by blocking or disconnecting the appropriate line serving the property. The cost of disconnection or blockage shall be assessed to the customer. The customer may request a hearing in accordance with Article 7 of this Chapter.
   (c)   If payment of the outstanding obligation or a request for a hearing with the accompanying deposit is not received by the City within ten (10) days of the date of mailing of the revocation notice, the City Manager shall disconnect the service and the customer shall be assessed the cost of the disconnection. Deposit for service, if any, shall be applied against the outstanding obligation.
(Ord. 334 §3.10, 2005)