CERTIFICATED AREA OF OAK BROOK UTILITY COMPANY: Those areas of land that have received certificates of convenience and necessity from the Illinois commerce commission for water service from the Oak Brook utility company.
DAY: A calendar day.
INFECTIOUS DISEASE: Dutch elm disease, elm yellows, oak wilt, pine wilt or any other disease infecting deciduous or coniferous trees.
LANDSCAPE WATERING: Outdoor use of water for sprinkling, watering, or irrigating shrubbery, trees, lawns, grass, ground covers, plants, vines, gardens, vegetables, flowers or any other vegetation.
LOT: A designated parcel of land in a subdivision or other parcel of land intended for transfer of ownership or for building development as a complete and individual unit.
NOXIOUS WEEDS: Marijuana, giant ragweed, common ragweed, Canada thistle, perennial sowthistle, musk thistle, perennial members of the Sorghum genus, including Johnsongrass, Sorghum alum, and Kudzu, or other weeds of a like kind.
PARKWAY: That part of a public way between the paved roadway portion and right of way line, in the case of a public right of way, or in the case of a private street, the easement line.
PRACTICABLE: That which is performable, feasible or possible, rather than that which is simply convenient.
PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY: Any land dedicated to the public for access and utility purposes including, but not limited to, streets and alleys.
PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT: Any designated parcel of land on, over or under which a liberty, privilege, or advantage for use of land is granted to the village of Oak Brook and those public or private utility companies operating under franchise or agreement from the village of Oak Brook.
PUBLIC WAY: Public rights of way, public street areas by common usage, public bicycle or pedestrian paths, or access easement areas granted to the village. Public ways do not include right of way under the jurisdiction of the state of Illinois or DuPage County.
SOUND ENGINEERING JUDGMENT: A decision(s) consistent with generally accepted engineering principles, practices and experience.
UTILITY FACILITY: All structures, devices, objects, and materials of utility providers (including, but not limited to, track and rails, wires, ducts, fiber optic cable, antennas, vaults, boxes, manholes, equipment enclosures, cabinets, pedestals, poles, conduits, grates, covers, pipes, sewers, cables, transformers and appurtenances thereto) located on, over, above, along, upon, under, across, or within public ways. For purposes of this title, the term "utility facility" shall not include any utility facility owned or operated by the village.
UTILITY PROVIDER: The individual or entity owning or operating any utility facility.
WATER: For the purpose of this chapter, the term "water" shall mean water provided by the village of Oak Brook water system.
WATER SERVICE: That part of the water system consisting of a water service connection and water service extension.
WATER SERVICE CONNECTION: That part of the water system consisting of a service pipe extending from the water main to and including a shutoff valve or curb stop (b-box).
WATER SERVICE EXTENSION: That part of the water system consisting of a service pipe from the water service pipe shutoff valve or curb stop to the water meter located on the premises being served.
WORK: Any construction, access to construction site, installation, alteration, excavation, maintenance or repair. Work includes planting, cutting, pruning or removing trees or shrubs. (Ord. G-637, 7-13-1999; Ord. G-759, 9-28-2004; Ord. G-846, 11-13-2007)