(A)   No house sewer shall be constructed to connect with a public sewer nor shall any connection be made to a public sewer within the village except in accordance with the following procedures:
      (1)   The owner, agent, or lessee of the property for which the connection is desired shall make written application for such connection to the Village Administrator.  The application shall state the location and nature of the property, the number of the lot, the length of the house sewer desired from the building foundation to the property or curb line, and the fixtures to be connected, and shall be accompanied by a deposit in cash or by a certified check, the amount of which shall be fixed by the Village Council and shall be sufficient to defray the established cost of installation from the property line to the public sewer, inspection and recording of the desired connection.
      (2)   After the application is made and the deposit received, the Village Administrator shall inspect the installation of the house sewer, and the connection to the public sewer shall be established in the manner hereinafter provided.  The Village Administrator shall furnish the owner, agent or lessee for the property with a written permit to use the house sewer and connection.
      (3)   No such connection shall be used until the permit is issued.
      (4)   All amounts received for deposit before the permit is issued shall be deposited in the sewer rental fund when the permit is issued.
   (B)   In the installation of a house sewer and connection, and in the issuance of a permit for the use thereof, the following requirements shall be observed:
      (1)   Sewage, including wastes from water closets, urinals, lavatories, sinks, bath tubs, showers, laundries, cellar floor drains, garage floor drains, bars, soda fountains, cuspidors, refrigerator drips, drinking fountains, stable floor drains, and other objectionable wastes shall be discharged into a sanitary (or combined) sewer and in no case into a storm water sewer.
      (2)   Industrial wastes shall not be discharged into a storm water sewer but may be discharged into a sanitary sewer in accordance with the provisions of §§ 52.20 et seq.
      (3)   Surface water, rain water from roofs, subsoil drainage, cistern overflow, clean water from condensers, waste water from water motors and elevators, and any other clean and unobjectionable waste water shall be discharged into a storm water (or combined) sewer and in no case into a sanitary sewer, as further provided in § 52.06.
      (4)   Connection with a cesspool or a privy vault shall not be made into a sanitary, combined or storm water sewer.
      (5)   A trap for the interception of grease and oil shall be provided on a connection from a hotel, restaurant, club  or institutional kitchen and from a public garage or automobile washing station.  Such trap shall be satisfactory to the Village Administrator.
      (6)   It shall be unlawful for any person to discharge into a house sewer or to a tap a house sewer for the purpose of discharging into it any waste or drainage water prohibited by the provisions of this section.  Any existing connection in violation of the provisions of this section shall be abandoned and removed.
   (C)   For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this subchapter, the Village Administrator is authorized and directed to maintain a complete and accurate record of all installations made, inspections made, and permits issued.  The Village Administrator shall also require the abandonment and removal of connections to the public sewers which violate the provisions of this subchapter.
(Ord. 531, passed 6-7-60)  Penalty, see § 52.99