CHAPTER 1042
Sewers
EDITOR'S NOTE:  Ordinance 2-1970, passed January 5, 1970, authorized the Board of County Commissioners to include the territory within the City in the Summit County Metropolitan Sewer District, with the proviso that the Board shall not install or construct sewers without the approval of the City Council.  Resolution 44-1967, passed May 8, 1967, requested the Summit County Engineer to act in his or her capacity as Sanitary Engineer for and on behalf of the City and authorized him or her to act on behalf of the City on all sanitary sewer problems in the City.
   Resolution 103-1993, passed January 10, 1994, adopted the Stormwater Management Plan, dated May, 1993, as formulated by McCoy Associates, Inc., consulting engineers, and the City Engineer, for the City.  Such Plan is to serve as a planning and development guide for stormwater facilities in the City.  Copies of this resolution and of the Plan may be obtained, at cost, from the Clerk of Council.
   Ordinance 45-1997, passed June 23, 1997, adopted a Comprehensive Sanitary Sewer Plan for the City.  Copies of this ordinance and of the Plan may be obtained, at cost, from the Clerk of Council.
1042.01   Reimbursement charges and procedures for Wooster Road Sanitary Sewer.
1042.02   Tap-in fee for Barber Road Sanitary Sewer.
1042.03   Connection to sanitary sewer required. (Repealed)
1042.04   Fees for Brentwood Wastewater Treatment Plant sewer benefits.
1042.05   Access charges for new connections. (Repealed)
1042.06   Surcharges for connection to sanitary sewer system. (Repealed)
1042.07   Unpaid accounts.
1042.99   Penalty.
   CROSS REFERENCES
   Power to license sewer tappers and vault cleaners - see Ohio R.C. 715.27
   Power to construct sewerage system - see Ohio R.C. 715.40, 717.01
   Compulsory sewer connections - see Ohio R.C. 729.06
   Sewerage rates - see Ohio R.C. 729.49, 729.52
   Management and control of sewerage system - see Ohio R.C. 729.50 et seq.
   Regulations to control house sewers and connections - see Ohio R.C. 729.51
   Untreated sewage - see Ohio R.C. 3701.59
   Interference with sewage flow - see Ohio R.C. 4933.24
   Obstructing drains and sewers; unauthorized connections - see GEN. OFF. 660.17
   Excavations - see S.U. & P.S. Ch. Ch. 1020
   Sewers in subdivisions - see P. & Z. 1236.06 et seq.