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(A) No house sewer or drain shall be constructed to connect with a public storm sewer nor shall any connection be make to a public storm sewer within the village until the written permission of the Village Administrator has been obtained by the person, firm or corporation proposing to or employed to perform the work. An application for a permit shall be signed by the owner, lessee, or agent of the property for which the connection is desired and by the person, firm or corporation employee to perform the work. The application must describe the property and state the purpose for which the connection is desired and shall be accompanied by a fee as determined by the Village Council.
(B) The written permission to construct a house sewer or drain connecting with a public storm sewer shall specify the permissible use of such house sewer or drain and such specifications shall be governed by the following requirements:
(1) Such house sewer or drain may be used for the removal of surface water, rain water from roofs, subsoil drainage, cistern overflow, clear water from condensers, waste water from water motors and elevators and any other clean and unobjectionable waste water.
(2) Such house sewer or drain shall not receive sewage, floor drainage, industrial wastes, septic tank overflow, cesspool overflow, privy vault drainage, kitchen wastes or any other liquid wastes of objectionable character.
(C) After a house sewer or drain to connect with a public storm sewer is laid and before it is covered or used, it shall be inspected and approved by the Village Administrator or his or her authorized agent.
(D) The Village Administrator is authorized and directed to enforce specifications and regulations in accordance with the provisions of this subchapter for the purpose of providing control of the installation of sewer connections and the inspection thereof. The Village Administrator is hereby empowered to require the abandonment and removal of connections to the public storm sewers which violate any of the provisions of this subchapter.
(Ord. 531, passed 6-7-60) Penalty, see § 52.99