§ 53.06  DRAINAGE PROBLEMS; CITY REPRESENTATION; DUTY OF PRIVATE LAND OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS.
   By the creation of the municipal drainage utility system via Ordinance No. 1103, the establishment and levying of drainage charges via Ordinance No. 1429, and as amended via Ordinance No. OR-1799-11, and the passage of Ordinance No. 1829-12, the city makes no representation that all of the city drainage problems will be immediately solved and the City Council is given full discretion in establishing time and quantitative priorities in expending funds as they become available to meet the drainage needs of the city on a reasonable basis. Nor shall the passage of Ordinance Nos. 1103, 1429, OR-11-1799-11 and OR-1829- 12 be construed to relieve private land owners, developers, and others from providing drainage improvements pursuant to the subdivision control ordinance, Chapter 154 of this code, as well as any other ordinance of the city and the laws of the state which relate to drainage or drainage improvements.
(Ord. 1429, passed 6-9-03; Ord. OR-1799-11, passed 3-21-11; Ord. OR-1829-12, passed 1-9-12)