(A)   The purpose of this section is to establish a procedure whereby commercial and industrial structures may be built in accordance with the provisions of this chapter at a standard which will prevent pollution to ground water resources or will not result in hazard to health.
   (B)   The applicant before obtaining a zoning permit for a commercial or industrial structure shall provide the following:
      (1)   Written approval of the project by the Pollution Control Agency;
      (2)   A sanitary sewage disposal system plan with standards for population equivalent and percolation rate based upon the Minnesota Department of Health’s Tentative Standards for Design of Small Sewage Works;
      (3)   A plan for the disposal of surface water; and
      (4)   A fee of $25 to cover the administration and cost of the City Engineer verifying the workability of the system.
   (C)   (1)   The City Engineer shall certify that the design and location of the system will not adversely affect the health, safety and general welfare of the residents of the city or adjoining communities.
      (2)   The Engineer will also verify that the system is so designed to be incorporated into the public system when it is so provided.
   (D)   The City Engineer shall submit his or her finding to the City Council in a written form prior to the City Council approving the building permit.
(Ord. 110, passed 4-23-1991)