921.02  FEES ESTABLISHED.
   (a)   A "qualifying subdivision", as referred to in this section, shall include:
      (1)   A group of lots or houses, exceeding five in number, the plat of which is recorded in the office of the County Recorder, and which subdivision conforms to all the laws, rules and regulations of the State, the County and the City.
      (2)   Such subdivision must be approved as a qualifying subdivision by resolution or ordinance of the City Commission.
      (3)   The subdivider shall submit a plat of the subdivision to the City Commission showing the location and size of all proposed utility services.
      (4)   Such qualifying subdivision shall pay the entire cost of extending the present water mains through the subdivision, including a reasonable fee to be determined by the City Manager which shall be paid to the City for inspecting and supervising the installation of the water mains.
      (5)   Should any extension be made by the City, an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of all costs of making such extension shall be charged by the City in addition to the cost of such extension.
      (6)   Fire hydrants shall be installed on the waterline extension within such subdivision as are necessary to provide adequate fire protection for the subdivision, with the cost of such fire hydrants to be included in the cost of extension and installation.
      (7)   Upon the completion of the installation to the satisfaction of the City Manager or his designee, all water mains and all necessary easements and rights-of-way shall be deeded to the City.
         (1977 Code Sec.  26-17; Ord.  78-15.  Passed 3-7-78.)
   (b)   Water tap fees inside the City shall be as follows:
      (1)   In areas not meeting the requirements of a qualifying subdivision:
         A.   Individual, two hundred dollars ($200.00), plus the cost of labor and materials for installation, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation cost.
         B.   Any size tap, the cost of labor and materials for installation, including the water meter, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation cost.
      (2)   In areas meeting the requirements of a qualifying subdivision:
         A.   Individual, two hundred dollars ($200.00), plus the cost of labor and materials for installation, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation cost.
         B.   Individual services, the cost of labor and materials for installation, including the water meter, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation cost.
         C.   Qualifying subdivision main or mains onto the existing water line, the cost of labor and materials for installation, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation.
            (Ord.  99-49.  Passed 8-3-99.)
   (c)   Water tap fees outside the City shall be as follows:
      (1)   In areas not meeting the requirements of a qualifying subdivision:
         A.   Individual, four hundred dollars ($400.00), plus the cost of labor and materials for installation, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation cost.
         B.   The fixed fee of four hundred dollars ($400.00) shall include the cost of a three-quarter-inch water meter, which cost shall be credited against the cost of a water meter of any larger capacity.
      (2)   In areas meeting the requirement of a qualifying subdivision:
         A.   Qualifying subdivision main or mains into the existing water line, four hundred dollars ($400.00) for each tap, the cost of labor and materials for installation, plus administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation.
         B.   Individual service, four hundred dollars ($400.00), the cost of labor and materials for installation, plus an administrative fee of twenty percent (20%) of such installation.
         C.   The fixed fee of four hundred dollars ($400.00) for individual service shall include the cost of a three-quarter-inch water meter, which cost shall be credited against the cost of a water meter of any larger capacity.
            (Ord.  99-112.  Passed 12-7-99.)