§ 153.156  REPAIR OF EXISTING DRAIN TILES AND STORM SEWERS.
   (A)   (1)   Drain tiles and storm sewers broken during the trench excavation shall be repaired so their carrying capacities shall not be impaired. Broken drain tiles shall be replaced with larger sized piping, either PVC plastic pipe SDR-26 or ductile-iron pipe, as shown on the detail in the drawings. The length of the pipe shall be such that it extends a minimum of ten feet on either side of the watermain.
      (2)   All repairs of drain tile encountered shall be observed by the developer’s engineer or a representative of the village prior to backfilling. Compacted granular backfill will be required as for any existing utility or structure.
      (3)   The pipe to field tile junction shall be wrapped with burlap and encased in concrete. Care shall be taken to prevent concrete from entering the flowline of the pipe.
   (B)   Drain tiles and storm sewers uncovered during the trench excavation which are laid parallel to the trench shall be protected and kept in service. Those tiles or storm sewers accidentally broken shall be repaired or replaced. If necessary, they shall be rerouted around the improvements.
(Ord. 97-7, passed 7-1-1997, § 5.16)