§ 51.102  RATES.
   Rates for sanitary sewer service outside the city limits shall be as follows.
   (A)   Tap-in fees. Tap-in fees shall be 50% above the tap-in fee for a similar property usage within the city limits as determined by the ordinances in effect at the time of application.
   (B)   Sewer use charges.
      (1)   Property serviced by a public water supplier. Sewer usage charges for property outside the city limits which is serviced by a public water supplier shall be as set forth in the city ordinances for property within the city limits, plus 35%, plus the user surcharge then in effect.
      (2)   Residential property not serviced by a public water supplier. Sewer usage charges for residential property outside the city limits which is not serviced by the City Water Department shall be a flat quarterly rate based upon the prevailing rate for sewer service within the city and the average residential water usage for the preceding quarter in thousands of gallons for property serviced by the City Water Department, plus 35%, plus the user surcharge then in effect. The average residential water usage for the preceding quarter shall be determined by the City Clerk.
      (3)   Commercial and industrial property not serviced by a public water supply. The owner of any premises qualifying under § 51.100 of this chapter desiring sanitary sewer service shall install at the owner’s expense a metering device upon the property’s water supply to measure the amount of water used on the property from time to time. Sewer usage charges shall be as set forth in the city ordinances for property within the city limits, plus 35%, plus the user surcharge then in effect.
(1999 Code, § 51.092)  (Ord. 896, passed 2-5-1979)