A.   Supply:
      1.   The city will exercise reasonable diligence and care to deliver a continuous and sufficient supply of water and a working sewer system to the customer.
      2.   The city shall not be liable for damages resulting from the interruption in service or from the lack of service. Temporary suspension of service by the city for improvements and repairs will be necessary occasionally. Whenever possible, and when time permits, all customers affected will be notified prior to shutdown.
   B.   Quality: The city will exercise reasonable diligence to supply safe and potable water at all times.
   C.   Ownership Of System: All water mains, valves, fittings, hydrants and other appurtenances except "customer service lines", as defined in subsection 8-1-7A of this chapter, shall be the property of the city.
   D.   Classes Of Service: The classes of water service shall be residential and commercial, as further qualified by the number after the class, as follows:
Inside city limits
Outside city limits
      1.   Residential Water Service: Residential water services shall consist of all services for domestic purposes, single- family dwellings, municipal purposes and multi-family dwellings.
      2.   Commercial Water Service: Commercial water services shall consist of those services where water is used for commercial services, such as a business.
   E.   Service Preference: In the case of shortage of supply, the city reserves the right to give preferences in the matter of furnishing service to customers and interests of the city from the standing of public convenience or necessity. Water service to users outside the city limits shall, at all times, be subject to the prior and superior rights of the customers within the city limits. (Ord. 487, 6-10-1991; amd. 1995 Code)