(A)   Issuance of sewer connection permits shall be initiated by an application for construction permit.  Said application shall be made to the city, and shall be fully completed by the property owner, or a duly authorized and knowledgeable officer, agent, or representative thereof.  If requested, such person making application shall submit plans, specifications, detailed drawings, or other information as may be deemed necessary prior to approval by the Superintendent.
   (B)   If the application is in proper form, and the sewer connection indicated therein appears to be in accordance with this chapter and all city requirements, the Superintendent shall issue the permit for connection to the sewer.  If otherwise, the application for permit shall be denied by the Superintendent.
   (C)   There shall be a permit fee, established by the city ordinance which shall be payable at the time of the issuance of the connection permit.
   (D)   If the application is denied by the Superintendent, he shall state the reason or reasons therefor in writing, mailed or personally delivered to the applicant, within five days thereafter.  The applicant shall have the right to either amend such application in conformity with the reasons given for denial or to have such application and denial reviewed by the Board, provided he shall give written notice of his request for such review within ten days after receipt of denial.  The Board shall review the permit application, the written denial and such other evidence or matters as the applicant and Superintendent shall present at its next regular meeting following receipt of request for its review, and the decision of the Board rendered publicly at said meeting shall be final.
   (E)   No connection shall be made which is different in use from that specified in the permit granted.  In the event of such difference, a new permit shall be required of and submitted by the applicant.
   (F)   The person to whom permission has been granted under the provisions of this chapter to connect to the city sewer shall, no less than 24 hours prior to the time the physical connection is made to the sewer, notify the Superintendent of the date and time thereof.  Such connection shall be made in the presence of the Superintendent or his designated representative, who may disapprove or stop such connection at that time if not properly constructed, or not in accordance with the permit granted therefor.
   (G)   (1)  A fee of     will be charged for each inspection of each connection to the sewer.  If inspection of a connection to the sewer  is  found  faulty the sewer builder shall apply for reinspection after the corrections have been made.  Said application shall be made at city's office for a fee of         .
      (2)   If no action is taken to correct the discrepancies within 48 hours after written notice of these defects has been supplied, the sewer builder will be refused additional connection permits until such time as the discrepancies have been corrected in a manner satisfactory to the Superintendent and any or all then existing permits in favor of such sewer builder or drain layer may be revoked and he shall remain liable on the bond for damages sustained until all claims therefor are satisfied in full.  No permit shall thereafter be issued until a new bond is accepted by the Board.
(Ord. 1984-35, passed 12-18-84) Penalty, see § 51.999