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The use of a sanitary service connecting sewer shall be restricted to one principal improvement and accessory structures on each parcel of land abutting any public street, alley, way or easement in which a main sewer is located. A connecting sewer of an additional principal improvement located on such abutting parcel of land shall not be connected either directly or indirectly to a connecting sewer; nor shall a service sewer of an additional principal improvement located on such abutting parcel of land be connected to another service sewer located on private property resulting in the discharge of sewage from such additional principal improvement, either directly or indirectly into a connecting or main sewer. The owner or occupant of such additional principal improvement desiring the construction of a connecting sewer and connection of the same to a main sewer shall apply to the Municipal Utilities Commission as provided by this article. The service connection charge and fee in lieu of assessment where applicable shall be paid as provided by this article for each principal improvement so served, irrespective of whether or not the abutting parcel upon which the parcel whose owner or predecessor in title paid such charge and fee in lieu of assessment for the construction of a connecting sewer and connection of the same to a main sewer in order to serve the principal improvement. Connecting a service sewer to an existing service sewer located on private property and connecting a connecting sewer to another connecting sewer or main sewer shall be deemed violations of this article.
(1967 Code §22-18)