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(a) When a reasonable basis to believe that a public nuisance exists in the Primary or Secondary Areas, the Health Commissioner shall inspect or cause the inspection of the premises on which such public nuisance is believed to exist.
(b) No owner or occupant of a premises in the Primary or Secondary Areas shall permit the existence of a public nuisance to continue on such premises.
(c) No person shall release, or permit to be released, treated or untreated sewage, the overflow drainage or contents of a sewage tank, or other putrescible, impure, or offensive wastes into an abandoned water supply, well, spring, or cistern or into a natural or artificial well, sink hole, crevice, or other opening extending into limestone, sandstone, shale, or other rock formation, or normal ground water table located in the Primary or Secondary Areas.
(d) No person shall release or cause to be released, treated or untreated sewage, the drainage or contents of a sewage tank, or other putrescible or offensive wastes onto the surface of the ground, into any street, road, alley, open excavation, underground drain, land drain ditch, adjoining property, water course, or body of water located in the Primary or Secondary Areas.
(e) No person shall release any liquid, solid or gas into a sewage disposal system, including, but not limited to, septic tanks, aerobic type treatment systems, filters, leaching tile fields, mound systems, constructed wetlands, rock plant filters, drywells, building sewers, and privies or parts thereof located in the Primary or Secondary Areas; unless such sewage disposal system has been inspected by the Health Commissioner within the preceding twelve months and has been determined by the Health Commissioner to be a properly functioning sewage disposal system.
(Ord. 99-52. Passed 2-16-99.)