§ 12-3-3  ESTABLISHING PROCEDURES FOR THE DISCONNECTION AND DISCONTINUANCE OF WATER SERVICES TO USERS.
   In the event that the city may decide to discontinue water and sewer service for any of the conditions set forth in § 12-3-2, or any other just reason, the city shall first give notice of its intention to discontinue water and sewer service to the customer or user in a form as prescribed by resolution of the Council.  The notice to the customer or user shall notify the customer or user of the reason why the city desires to discontinue water and sewer service, and shall give the customer or user an opportunity to be heard and present any argument or reason why water and sewer services should not be discontinued.  The customer or user, after receiving notice from the city of its desire and intention to discontinue service, shall respond within the time period as prescribed in the notice, and shall be granted a hearing before a hearing body who shall determine whether there is good and just cause to discontinue water and sewer services.  The hearing body shall be composed of members in a number to be set by resolution of the City Council and shall be comprised of those persons designated by the City Council.
(Ord. 112, passed 9-20-1978)