(A)   Sewer service connections may be made to either publicly or privately owned and maintained authorized collection systems. No person shall connect any private property in the city to the system without first obtaining a connection permit issued by the city manager and paying to the city the connection fee required therefore.
   (B)   The number of connection permits required for any development shall be based upon the number of sewer service connections. A separate sewer connection is normally required for each detached building.
   (C)   Food establishments and commercial laundries shall have a separate water connection from other users in the same building.
   (D)   The city manager may impose other requirements if the city manager determines that public health and safety, system protection, maintenance costs, or liability concerns so dictate.
   (E)   In order for the city to have sufficient information to make a determination of appropriate fees, building permit applicants shall submit sewer service plumbing plans prepared by a registered engineer or project architect in conjunction with the building permit application for all new and replacement structures. The plumbing and irrigation plans shall show all the proposed line sizes and locations.
   (F)   Every connection, disconnection and permanent blocking or plugging made between private property and the system shall be made in the manner and with the material required by the specifications for public sewers approved by the city and in accordance with the city's specifications for construction.
(`64 Code, Sec. 25-5) (Ord. No. 2494)