(A)   The maintenance cost of the central sewerage system shall be assessed against each property benefitted.
   (B)   Where plans for future public sanitary sewerage systems exist (not to exceed 15 years), the applicant shall install sanitary sewer lines, laterals and mains from the street curb to a point in the subdivision boundary where a future connection with the public sewer main shall be made. Sewer lines shall be laid from the house to the street line, and a connection shall be available in the home to connect from the individual disposal system to the sewer system when the public sewers become available. The sewer systems shall be capped until ready for use and shall conform to all plans for installation of the public sewer system, where the exists, and shall be ready for connection to the public sewer main.
   (C)   Intensive development that does occur in marginal lands should utilize central sewage collection and treatment facilities. Low-intensity development should utilize sewage facilities appropriate to the conditions. Any structure built in floodplains should be designed to allow free flow of water. Floodplain development in a manner that would significantly impede the flow of floodwaters and cause floodwaters to back up should not be permitted unless it is clearly shown that the increase upstream will not impede the flow of floodwaters and cause floodwaters to back up.
(2000 Code, § 58-350)  (Ord. 88-01, passed 5-24-1988)