In the event the town is requested to provide service within or without the town in a location requiring the construction of additional mainlines, the customer shall proceed as follows.
   (A)   The customer shall make a written application to the town, describing the extension with the relevant information as the Utility Superintendent may request to enable the town to consider the extension.
   (B)   The customer shall bear all expenses of construction of the extension.
   (C)   The town shall be notified by the customer when the customer is prepared to bury a main line. The town shall inspect and approve each main line extension before it is buried.
   (D)   The customer shall construct the extension according to the specifications of the town.
   (E)   The customer may be required to maintain the extension for a period deemed sufficient by the town to satisfy the town of the integrity of the extension.
   (F)   The customer may be required to post a bond as the town may specify to guarantee that the extension is completed and operable.
   (G)   All construction shall fully comply with the rules and regulations of the State Board of Health, State Department of Environmental Management or any other state of federal agency which may have jurisdiction over potable water service.
   (H)   The town shall not be required to, but may, if it deems it in the best interests of the town, make the main line extensions as it shall determine.
   (I)   Potable water shall not be delivered through any extension of a main line until the line has been properly sanitized and complies with the 1986 Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended, being 42 U.S.C. §§ 300f et seq. All testing shall be at the sole cost of the person, firm, corporation or limited liability company which constructed the main line.
   (J)   Fire hydrants shall be installed according to the specifications of the town in effect at the time the fire hydrants are placed in service.
(Ord. passed 8- -1998)