7-5-18: CHARGES AND FEES:
   (A)   Adoption: The city shall adopt charges and fees by resolution which may include:
      1.   Fees for reimbursement of the costs to set up, implement and operate the city's FOG program;
      2.   Other fees as the city may deem necessary to carry out the requirements contained in this chapter.
   (B)   On Site Sampling And Analyses: Costs incurred by the city for, or as a result of, any and all required on site sampling and analysis are deemed a debt of the owner of the pertinent FSE and the property owner to the city, enforceable and collectible as provided by law.
   (C)   Closed Circuit Television Inspection: Costs incurred by the city for closed circuit television inspection to observe the actual conditions of an FSE's sewer lateral and sewer lines downstream are deemed a debt of the owner of the pertinent FSE and the property owner to the city, enforceable and collectible as provided by law.
   (D)   Noncompliance Charge: Any FSE and/or property owner determined to be in noncompliance with the terms and conditions specified in any provision of this chapter may be required to pay a noncompliance charge. The purpose of the noncompliance charge is to reimburse the city for costs of additional inspection and follow up, sampling, monitoring, laboratory analysis, treatment, disposal, and administrative processing incurred as a result of the noncompliance, and shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any penalties as may be assessed pursuant to section 7-5-25 of this chapter. Noncompliance charges shall be in the amount reasonably determined by the director.
   (E)   Grease Disposal Mitigation Fee:
      1.   Any FSE and/or property owner subject to the provisions of subsection 7-5-13(C) of this chapter shall be required to pay an annual grease disposal mitigation fee to reimburse the city for the costs of increased maintenance of the public sewer system as a result of the FSE's inability to adequately remove FOG from its wastewater discharge. This section shall not be interpreted to allow a new FSE or an existing FSE undergoing remodeling and/or a change in operations to operate without an approved grease interceptor unless the director has determined that it is impossible or impracticable to install and/or operate a grease interceptor for the subject facility pursuant to the provisions of section 7-5-13 of this chapter.
      2.   The grease disposal mitigation fee for each FSE shall be based on the estimated annual increased cost of maintaining the public sewer system for inspection and removal of FOG and other viscous or solidifying agents attributable to the FSE resulting from the lack of a grease interceptor. (Ord. 1646, 5-8-2012)