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A. Set By Resolution: The rates for water connections inside and outside the corporate limits of the city shall be set from time to time by resolution of the city council.
1. Rental Structures: All the residential multiple dwelling structures that are owned by one individual, partnership or corporation, for rental purposes, such as apartment houses, shall be considered a "commercial water user", and be charged the water connection and service charges set forth by resolution of the city council.
2. Multiple Dwelling Units:
a. All residential multiple dwelling units that are constructed for sale to more than one individual, partnership or corporation, such as condominiums or like structures, shall be considered as multiple dwelling units, and shall pay a water connection fee as set forth by resolution of the city council.
b. If a structure is originally constructed or built as a "commercial dwelling unit", as defined in subsection A1 of this section, and is later converted to a "multiple dwelling", as defined in subsection A2a of this section, the city shall terminate water service to that structure or structures, until the appropriate water connection fee for a multiple dwelling unit is paid to the city.
B. Outside City: Any water user, outside of the corporate limits of the city, but still served by the city, in addition to all other fees chargeable in this chapter or provided for by resolution of the city, shall pay a water service charge that shall be set from time to time by resolution of the city council.
C. Additional Costs; Meters: In addition to the fees and service charges, all customers shall provide the materials, labor and equipment necessary to make a water connection and shall further comply with all city ordinances and resolutions relating thereto, such as inspections, trenching, etc.; provided, however, that meters shall be provided by the city and shall remain the property of the city. Additionally, all water users outside of the corporate limits of the city, shall pay two hundred dollars ($200.00) to the city for the meter and installation. (Ord. 1249-75, 1975; amd. Ord. 1283-78, 1978; Ord. 1302-79, 1979; Ord. 1307-80, 1980; Ord. 1310-80, 1980; Ord. 1325-81, 1981; Ord. 1337-82, 1982; Ord. 91-006, 1991)