§ 46-126  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this division, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CITY.  The City of Flint, Michigan, a municipal
   CITY DIRECTOR.  The Director of Utilities of the City or other person or persons designated by that person to exercise control over the City’s storm sewers and matters relating to the City storm sewer system.
   CITY ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Any employee of the Water Pollution Control Division of the Department of Utilities of the City of Flint holding the title of Water Pollution Control Supervisor, Assistant Water Pollution Control Supervisor, Environmental Compliance Supervisor, Environmental Compliance Inspector, Senior Environmental Compliance Analyst, Environmental Compliance Analyst or Water Quality Supervisor.
   CODE.  The Code of the City of Flint.
   DETRIMENT.  Any harm or damage, such as harm to human health or damage to property or the storm sewer system.
   DISCHARGE.  Any direct or indirect entry of storm water or pollutants into the City’s storm sewer system, whether intentional or unintentional.
   NUISANCE.  Any condition that causes a public nuisance, including interference with the use or maintenance of the storm sewer system.
   PERSON.  Any individual, firm, municipality, company, association, society, corporation, partnership or group, including their officers and employees, who have responsibility for or actual involvement in the matters regulated by this division.
   POLLUTANT.  Any material, other than storm water, which is discharged to the storm sewer system or that is proposed for discharge to the storm sewer system. This term also includes properties of such materials such as pH and heat.
   SITE OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY.  Any area or facility used for manufacturing, processing or raw material storage, as defined under 40 C.F.R. § 122.26(e)(14) of the regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, as amended.
   STORM SEWER SYSTEM.  The system of conveyances used for collecting and transporting storm water owned by the City or those owned and operated by the Michigan Department of Transportation that are within the City, but not including any facilities intended to be used for collecting and transporting sanitary or other waste water.
   STORM WATER.  Any rainwater runoff or snow melt runoff.
(Ord. 3489, passed 2-25-2002; Ord. 3630, passed 12-13-2004; Ord. 3733, passed 11-19-2008)