(A)   No water from the city water system shall be turned on for service to any premises by any person, but the Code Enforcement Officer or someone authorized by him or her to perform this service.
   (B)   Applications to have water turned on or turned off shall be made with the City Clerk/Finance Director.
   (C)   No connections to a water main shall be made without a permit being issued at least 24 hours’ notice having been given to the Code Enforcement Officer. Applications for service connections shall be made in writing to the City Clerk/Finance Director and shall contain an agreement by the applicant to abide by and accept all of the provisions of this chapter as conditions governing the use of the city water supply by the applicant. Fees and deposits are covered under other provisions.
   (D)   No water shall be turned on for service in premises where the plumbing does not comply with the ordinances of the city; provided that, water may be turned on for construction work in unfinished buildings, subject to the provisions of this chapter and regulations of the Water and Sewer Department.
   (E)   No water shall be resold or distributed by the recipient thereof from the city system to any premises other than that for which application has been made and the meter installed.
   (F)   There shall be a separate connection to the city water system for each house or building served from that system excepting groups of buildings that are closely related to each other and owned, operated and occupied by one owner.
(2000 Code, § 54.08) Penalty, see § 54.99