§ 10.98  RATES.
   The following rates are established as the reasonable costs to the town and the basis for any billing for reimbursement:
   (A)   The following rates are established as the reasonable costs to the town and the basis for any billing for reimbursement under § 92.01:
      (1)   (a)   Supervisor rate:   $50/hour
         (b)   Laborer rate:      $30/hour
         (c)   Backhoe rate:   $100/hour
         (d)   Large equipment:   $100/hour
         (e)   Small equipment*:   $50/hour
         (f)   Research fee:   $25/hour
         (g)   If hiring an outside contractor to clean up property then the charge will be 125% of the contractor’s fee.
      (2)   Administrative fee:   $75/occurrence or job
      (3)   Copy fee:      Black/white - $0.05/page
                  Color - $0.10/page
      (4)   Fax fee:      Same as copy fee
      (5)   For clean-up of property there will be a one-hour minimum charge for each person involved in the clean-up. The charge will be billed in one-half hour increments after that.
      (6)   For research, there will be a one-half hour minimum charge for each person involved in the research.
      (7)   Development guidelines book:   $50
      (8)   Preliminary/conceptual submittal fee:   $2,000
         (as set in Ch. 154)
      (9)   Final construction plan review fee:   $3,000
         (as set in Ch. 154)
   (B)   On utility lines, the following fees shall apply under § 50.03(B)(2):
      (1)   (a)   Water:
            1.   Connection fee (5/8 inch and 3/4 inch residential service):    $1,200
            2.   Connection fee (larger than 3/4 inch commercial service):   Time and material
            3.   Inspection fee: $50/inspection (2nd inspection fee paid prior to inspection)
   (C)   (1)   Water deposit under § 50.03(B)(3):      $75
      (2)   Wastewater deposit under § 50.03(B)(3):   $75
   (D)   Monthly storm water fee under § 50.01 and § 54.05:   $6
   (E)   Reconnection fee for unauthorized connection under § 50.02:   $500
   (F)   Cross connection permit fee under § 53.11(H)(1):   $50
   (G)   Commercial site plan review under § 50.03: For each commercial development, the developer or property owner shall pay a $2,500 as a commercial site plan review fee and, if the Town Engineer is required, then cost recovery of the Town Engineer’s costs.
   (H)   Road cut permit fee under § 95.01:   $150
   (I)   Minimum industrial waste monitoring fee (per sample) under § 51.104(C)(2)(c): actual cost of monitoring, but not less than $25.
   (J)   Water connection fee under § 53.01(B) and § 53.05:
      (1)   5/8-inch and 3/4-inch meter:   $1,200
      (2)   Larger size meter: Time and material
   (K)   Meter reconnect fee (during normal office hours) under § 50.03(B)(5) and § 53.01(B): $50
   (L)   Water meter reinstallation fee under § 50.03(B)(5):   $50
   (M)   Special permit fee for oversized weight loads under § 77.08(E):   $10
   (N)   Private sewer permit and inspection fee under § 51.036:   $25
   (O)   Restoration permit fee under § 91.02(B)(1):   $50
   (P)   Residential building sewer permit and inspection fee under § 51.050(D).
   (Q)   Deposit required (for work or installation) at Town Council’s discretion under § 95.02(B):
      (1)   Minimum deposit:   $25
      (2)   Maximum deposit:   $2,000
   (R)   License (for work or installation) under § 95.02(C):   $1
   (S)   Tall grass and weed fee under § 91.05(C)(2)(d): The minimum sum of $250, which, depending on the administrative costs and actual hours of labor expended, may be higher.
   (T)   (1)   For each tax abatement or resolution waiving non-compliance sought by an applicant, on an original application for abatement, who desires the town to prepare necessary notices and resolutions, the applicant shall pay a document fee of $500.
      (2)   For each resolution waiving non-compliance sought by an applicant, after the initial application for abatement, who desires the town to prepare necessary notices and resolutions, the applicant shall pay a document fee of $250.
(Ord. 2019-0319A, passed 3-19-2019; Ord. 2019-0702C, passed 7-2-2019; Ord. 2019-1001, passed 10-1-2019; Ord. 2019-1105A, passed 11-5-2019)