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It shall be unlawful for any person:
(A) To allow or permit the discharge of sewage from any house or building in the town into any stormwater drain located in any highway or public place.
(B) To open any street or public place in order to make or cause to be made any connection with a house connection branch of a common sewer, force main, sewer service connection, lateral sewer, submain sewer, except under a special written permit signed by the Director of Public Works allowing such specific connection, and under the supervision of such director.
(C) To break, cut or remove any pipe of the sewerage works, or to make or cause to be made any connection with the sewerage works except through the connection branches provided for such purposes, the location of such connection branches to be designated by the Director of Public Works.
(D) To discharge or cause to be discharged into any part of the sewerage works, directly or indirectly, any groundwater, surface-water or rain-water from yards or areas or courts or roofs, or from any other source.
(E) To discharge or cause to be discharged into any common sewer, force main, sewer service connection, lateral sewer, sub-main sewer, or main sewer, directly or indirectly, any overflow or drainage from manure pits, cesspools, or other receptacles storing or constructed to store organic wastes.
(F) To connect or cause to be connected with any common sewer, force main, sewer service connection, lateral sewer, submain sewer, or main sewer, directly or indirectly any steamexhausts, boiler blowoffs, sediment drips or any pipe carrying or constructed to carry considerable volumes of hot water or acids, dyes, germicides, greases, brewery-mash, or any other substance detrimental to the sewerage works or to operation of the sewerage system.
(G) To throw or to deposit, or to cause or allow to be thrown or deposited in any fixture, vessel, receptacle, inlet or opening connected directly or indirectly with any common sewer, force main, sewer service connection, lateral sewer, sub-main sewer, any unground garbage (except as results from the use of an approved home type disposal), vegetable parings, ashes, cinders, rags, or any other matter, or anything whatsoever, except faeces, urine, necessary toilet paper, and liquid house-slops, or to allow any house-sewer connected with the sewerage works to be likewise connected with any privy vault or cesspool, or underground drain, or with any channel conveying water or filth, except such drains and other plumbing work as shall have been inspected and approved by the Director of Public Works.
('73 Code, § 18-44) (Ord. passed 7-7-69) Penalty, see § 10.99