§ 50.102  SEWAGE CHARGES.
   For the use of and the service rendered by the sewer works, rates and charges shall be collected from the owners of each and every lot, parcel of real estate or building that is connected with the town's sanitary system or who otherwise discharges sanitary sewage, industrial wastes, water or other liquids, either directly or indirectly, into the sanitary sewage system of the town. Such rates and charges include user charges, debt service costs, and other service charges, which rates and charges shall be payable as hereinafter provided and shall be in an amount determinable as follows.
   (A)   Metered water users. The sewage rates and charges shall be based on the quantity of water used on or in the property or premises subject to such rates and charges, as the same is measured by the water meter therein use, plus a base charge, except as herein otherwise provided. For the purpose of billing and collecting the charges for sewage service, the water meters shall be read monthly. The water usage schedule on which the amounts of the rates and charges shall be determined is as follows:
      (1)   Treatment rate — per 1,000 gallons of usage per month.
 
All Users
User Charge
Debt Service
Total
$ 2.72
$ 1.22
$ 3.94
 
      (2)   Base rate — per month as follows.
 
Meter size
User Charge
Debt Service
Total
- ¾"
$ 3.22
$ 8.83
$ 12.05
1"
6.45
22.08
28.53
1 ¼"
9.67
35.32
44.99
1 ½"
13.53
51.21
64.74
2"
22.57
88.30
110.87
3"
50.52
203.09
253.61
4"
87.07
353.20
440.27
6"
196.72
803.53
1,000.25
 
   (B)   Unmetered water users. The flat monthly sewer charge for any residential user who is not a metered water user shall be based upon the schedule in division (A) above applied to an estimated volume of 4,500 gallons, as follows:
      (1)   User charge. The user charge shall be $12.14.
      (2)   Debt service charge. The debt service charge shall be $14.32.
      (3)   Total monthly flat sewer charge. The total monthly flat sewer charge shall be $29.78.
(Ord. 1982-4, passed 7-26-82; Am. Ord. 1996-2, passed 2-14-96; Am. Ord. 2000-8, passed 7-12-00; Am. Ord. 2004-01, passed 3-24-04; Am. Ord. 3-2009, passed 3-11-09; Am. Ord. 9-2010, passed 7-28-10)