§ 153.052  MONITORING AND LONG-TERM MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS.
   (A)   Monitoring.  [Reserved]
   (B)   Inspections.
      (1)   The Director of Public Services, or his or her designee, bearing proper credentials and identification, may enter and inspect all properties for regular inspections, periodic investigations, monitoring, observation measurement, enforcement, sampling and testing, to effectuate the provisions of this chapter. The Director of Public Services shall duly notify the owner of the property or the representative on site, and the inspection shall be conducted at reasonable times.
      (2)   Upon refusal by any property owner to permit an inspector to enter or continue an inspection, the inspector shall terminate the inspection or confine the inspection to areas in which no objection is raised. The inspector shall immediately report the refusal and the grounds to the Director of Public Services. The Director of Public Services shall promptly seek appropriate compulsory process.
      (3)   In the event that the Director of Public Services, or his or her designee, reasonably believes that discharges from the property into the Town MS4 may cause an imminent and substantial threat to human health or the environment, the inspection may take place at any time and without immediate notice to the owner of the property or a representative on site.
         (a)   The town will make all reasonable efforts to contact the owner of the property prior to entering the property or while in the process of conducting the inspections.
         (b)   The inspector shall present proper credentials upon reasonable request by the owner or representative.
      (4)   Inspection reports shall be maintained in a permanent file located in the office of the Director of Public Services.
(Ord. 07045, passed 8-14-07)