§ 52.41  WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GOALS.
   (A)   It is the goal of the City Council to reduce to the maximum extent possible the rate of depletion of Lake Belton and Stillhouse Hollow Lake by the utilization of sewage effluent water to substitute for potable water for some irrigation purposes.
   (B)   The Water Conservation Plan, when implemented, will serve as a program to influence the long-term water use characteristics of the city's residents. The five-year goal of the program is to reduce the percentage of water loss from the city's water system to approximately 11%, while maintaining the base per capita water use of 141 gallons per day or less. The ten-year goal of the program is to further reduce the percentage of water loss to 10%, while maintaining a per capita water use of 140 gallons per day or less.
(Ord. 98-40, passed 10-13-98; Am. Ord. 2009-16, passed 6-9-09; Am. Ord. 2011-32, passed 12-13-11; Am. Ord. 2015-03, passed 2-24-15; Am. Ord. 2020-57, passed 10-27-20; Am. Ord. 2021-21, passed 4-20-21)