No person shall occupy as owner-occupant or let to another for occupancy any dwelling, dwelling unit, or building for the purpose of living, sleeping, cooking, or eating therein, which does not comply with the following requirements.
   (A)   Every dwelling unit shall contain a kitchen sink in good working condition and properly connected to a water and sewer system approved by the Building Superintendent.
   (B)   Every dwelling unit, except as otherwise permitted under division (D) below, shall contain a room which affords the privacy to a person within the room and which is equipped with a flush water closet, a lavatory in good working condition, a shower basin, and properly connected to a water and sewer system approved by the Health Officer or Building Superintendent.
   (C)   In all buildings in which the whole or part of the building drain or plumbing system thereof lies below the crown level of the main sewer, that part of the sewage or building wastes discharging from such lines shall be lifted by approved mechanical means and discharged into the building sewer.
   (D)   The occupants of two or more dwelling units, but not to exceed ten persons in total number, may share a single flush water closet, a single lavatory basin, and a single bathtub or shower.
   (E)   Every dwelling unit shall be supplied with adequate rubbish storage facilities.
   (F)   Every dwelling unit shall have adequate garbage disposal facilities or garbage storage containers.
   (G)   Where public water supply and public sewer service are not available the owner of a dwelling shall furnish a supply of safe water and a private disposal system approved by the Health Officer.
(Ord. 2019-19, passed 11-4-2019) Penalty, see § 151.999