§ 52.52  WATER TURNED OFF.
   (A)   Water to be shut off in case of fire or alarm of fire.  If, when during the hours sprinkling is permitted hereunder or the time the fountains may be in operation, or the time water is used for that purpose, there is a fire or an alarm of fire, it shall be the duty of every person or corporation responsible for such use of the water or in charge or control thereof to immediately stop and shut off the flow of the water until the fire has been extinguished or until it has been ascertained that the alarm was false.
   (B)   In case of conflagration or calamity of fire, other use of water prohibited.  In case of conflagration or grave calamity of fire impending, the President of the Board of Trustees shall have the right and authority by proclamation posted in five public places in the village to wholly suspend and prohibit for such length of time as the exigency may require, the drawing or using of water for public or private purposes other than to meet the exigency.
   (C)   In case of drought or other exigency, use of water may be limited; procedure. Whenever in the judgment of the President of the Board of Trustees public exigency may require it, he or she shall have the right and authority by proclamation published in some newspaper printed in the village or by posting the proclamation in five public places therein to limit in respect of time or wholly suspended or prohibit for the length of time as such exigency shall require, the drawing or using of water for public or private fountains, for street or yard sprinkling, for washing houses, windows, verandas or vehicles, or for any other purpose except for immediate domestic use, and it shall be unlawful for any person or corporation to draw or use any water in violation of the proclamation.
   (D)   Water may be shut off for violation of chapter.  For any violation of the provisions of this chapter, or refusal or neglect to observe the provisions of this chapter, including but not limited to the provisions of this chapter relating to the payment of water meter deposits and water and sewer charges, the Superintendent shall have power and he or she is hereby given authority to shut off the supply of water, and the same shall not be turned on again until a reconnection fee of $100 be paid to the village in addition to any and all delinquent deposits or fines due.  Unless otherwise provided by law, water shall be reconnected only during normal business hours established by the Department of Public Works.  The provisions of this section shall be in addition to other penalties provided in this chapter.  It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation to turn or cause to be turned on any water or sewer connection without first having obtained a permit to do so from the Superintendent of Public Works.
(1983 Code, § 7-1-15)  (Ord. 87-3, passed - -; Ord. 07-07, passed 7-2-2007)