§ 52.08  EXTENSIONS TO MAINS AND SERVICE; PIPE SPECIFICATIONS.
   (A)   Water distribution lines to serve an undeveloped subdivision will be handled as follows:
      (1)   The developer will submit plans for review and approval by the town, its engineer, and the State Board of Health as required.
      (2)   The developer will install the lines in accordance with approved plans.
      (3)   Upon completion of the new extension and after one year of trouble-free operation, the developer has the option to deed the complete facility (including all rights-of-way, easements, permits, franchises and authorizations, or other instruments needed for the operation and maintenance of the facility) to the town. The town will not reimburse the developer for the extension.
   (B)   Other Extensions.  The extension of water lines will be handled as follows:
      (1)   The plans for the extension will be submitted for review and approval by the town, its engineer, and the State Board of Health as required.
      (2)   The lines will be installed in accordance with the approved plans.
      (3)   Prior to or upon completion of the new extension, all rights-of-way, easements, permits, franchises and authorizations, or other instruments needed for the installation, operation and maintenance of the facility will be deeded to the town. The cost involved in the new extension will be paid by the person or persons requesting the extension.
      (4)   Any users connecting to the town water system will use the following pipe: 200 PSI PVC; Schedule 40 copper; galvanized or cement-lined, ductile iron pipe. After getting permission from the town, the pipe will be connected according to Manufacturers or Plumbing Code Specifications and  any additional specifications set forth by the town.
(Ord. passed 10-27-83; Am. Ord. passed 9-5-95)
      (5)   Acceptance and approval of extensions outside the town limits shall be solely within the discretion of the Town Council.
(Ord. passed 2-2-81; Am. Ord. passed 9-5-95)
   (C)   For any user to connect into the town sewer system the following pipe will be used by the customer.  SDR 35, PVC size 4 inches or above, Schedule 40 PVC size 4 inches or above, ductile or  cast iron size 4 inches or above.  Pipe will be fitted together according to Manufacturers or Plumbing Code Specifications.  The ditch will be left open for inspection by a representative of the town before the pipe is covered and ditch filled.
   (D)   The inspection will include a complete check for roof drains, storm drains or any other possible source of water into the system other than sanitary sewage.
   (E)   Any user connecting to the town water system will use the following pipe.  200 PSI PVC, Schedule 40 type K or L, copper or galvanized pipe.  The pipe will be connected according to Manufacturers or Plumbing Code Specifications. The ditch will be left open for inspection by a representative of the town.
(Ord. passed 10-27-83)