On or after January 1, 1970, any person owning or operating any building or structure, other than single or two-family dwelling units or subdivision within the City wherein or whereon or in connection with which a mechanical waste water treatment plant is used to service such building or structure shall:
   (a)    Obtain written approval of the plans, specifications and discharge point from the Department of Health of the State;
   (b)    Place on file with the Municipal Engineer a copy of the plans, specifications and written approval by the Department of Health of the State; and
      (Ord. 1969-44. Passed 7-8-69.)
   (c)    Allow an inspector, designated by the City, upon production of appropriate identification, to inspect, at a reasonable hour, the waste water treatment plant on a bimonthly basis. The fees for such inspection shall be imposed in accordance with the fee schedule set forth in Section 1307.08 of these Codified Ordinances and such fees shall be paid annually in advance by the owner to the Director of Finance.
         No person shall refuse to comply with this subsection or interfere with access to premises pursuant to this subsection. In addition to the penalties provided in Section 1367.99, a designated City Inspector may, upon affidavit, apply to the Municipal Court for a warrant under the procedures set forth in Section 1365.16(b) of these Codified Ordinances, authorizing access to the premises under appropriate conditions and circumstances as provided in this section. (Ord. 1978-59. Passed 1-9-79.)