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(A) Residential; requirements for community systems. Community sewer and water supply systems shall be required for all residential uses in all residential zoning districts, with the following exceptions.
(1) In all residential zoning districts, if community water facilities are not available within 250 feet at the time of initial development (measured from the lot line of the subject lot), another approved water source may be employed.
(2) Residential development in the R-1, Estate, Rural Estate and Agricultural Zoning Districts may utilize on-site sewage disposal systems regardless of lot size and lot width.
(3) (a) Detached houses may be constructed in the R-2, R-3, R-4, R-4A, R-5, R-6, and RR Zoning Districts prior to the establishment of required community sewer systems on parcels containing at least 40,000 square feet of lot area and 130 feet of lot width.
(b) These width and area requirements shall not apply to legal nonconforming parcels.
Community water or sewage disposal facilities that would be available only from a municipality are not considered “available” for the purposes of interpreting the provisions of § 151.170. Individual sewage disposal systems may be used for detached houses if they comply with Lake County Health Department standards. Additionally, alternative water sources in lieu of community water systems may be employed if they comply with Lake County Health Department standards.
(1) Community water supply systems shall be required for all nonresidential uses, provided that if community water facilities are not available within 250 feet at the time of initial development (measured from the lot line of the subject lot), another approved water source may be employed if the systems comply with the requirements of the Lake County Health Department.
(2) Nonresidential uses that generate more than 1,500 gallons of wastewater per day, as determined by the Lake County Health Department, shall be allowed only when served by community sewer facilities.
(Ord., § 9.6, passed 10-13-2009; Ord. passed - -)