939.11  PUBLIC SEWER CONNECTIONS; PERMIT AND FEE.
   No person shall uncover, make any connections with or opening into, use, alter or disturb and public sanitary sewer or public storm sewer, or storm drain or appurtenances thereof, without first having obtained a permit from the Public Service Director to perform such work.  Only a licensed contractor who has complied with the provisions of this chapter shall be permitted to perform such work.  All work done within the City of Eastlake must meet the City of Eastlake's standards of design.  For projects which exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000) in total costs, plans shall be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer and Public Service Director.
   All permits for sewer connections shall be issued by or under the direction of the Public Service Director and in accordance with rules and regulations which he shall promulgate.  A permit fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) for each sanitary sewer service connection and fifty dollars ($50.00) for each storm sewer connection is hereby authorized.  Such permit fee shall cover the charge for two inspections, and any subsequent inspections shall be charged at the rate of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per inspection. The owner or his agency shall apply for a sewer connection permit on a form furnished by the City before work is commenced and prosecuted, unless such permit is issued and is on the premises and in the possession of the person doing the work authorized by such permit.  Each permit shall give the correct name and number of the house, building or establishment, and the lot or sublot upon which the same is located for work provided for the permit; such information shall be so stated on the permit as to sufficiently define by description the premises to be so served and to clearly delineate the location of the premises to be so served upon the map of the City's sewage system.  The permit application shall be supplemented by any plans, specifications or other information required by the Division of Building, Engineering and Inspection as pertinent to cover the proposed work for which the permit is issued.  The Contractor shall pay the City's cost on all required plan review and inspections.
   Each permit shall give the correct name and number of the house, building or establishment, and the lot or sublot upon which the same is located, for work provided for the permit; such information shall be so stated on the permit as to sufficiently define by description the premises to be so served and to clearly delineate the location of the premises to be so served upon the map of the City's sewage system.  The permit application shall be supplemented by any plans, specifications or other information required by the Division of Building, Engineering and Inspection as pertinent to cover the proposed work for which the permit is issued.  The Contractor shall pay the City's cost on all required plan review and inspections.