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(a) (1) There shall be provided a water supply system in conformity with the master plan of the water system as approved by Village utilities. The subdivider shall install and connect Village water to serve all lots subject to specifications and inspection by the Village utilities and the State of Wisconsin. The subdivider shall pay all costs of installing and connecting adequate Village water including the bringing of water from where it exists to the land division in question as well as providing all waterworks within the land division. The subdivider shall provide for a minimum watermain diameter of eight (8) inches and the location of public fire hydrants along the public streets at not greater than a six hundred (600) foot spacing. Fire hydrants which have not passed testing or have not been operationalized shall be covered with securely attached bags to preclude their being inadvertently used by the Fire Department in an emergency situation.
(2) The land divider shall have prepared plan and profile drawings and specifications for the installation of water main facilities in accordance with Village master water main plan, including the water main, pipe fittings, valves, hydrants and lateral house-connections for each lot in the subdivision extended to the lot line. Upon approval of the plans by the Village Engineer and by Village utilities, the land divider shall cause to be installed, in accordance with the "Standard Specifications for Sewer and Water Construction in Wisconsin", all facilities required, and the cost of same, including inspection. Supervision and engineering fees, shall be paid for by the subdivider.
(3) Where water mains larger than eight (8) inches in diameter are required, the subdivider shall be responsible for the cost of an eight (8) inch main. The difference in cost between the eight (8) inch main and that installed shall be borne by the Village or its utilities.
(4) The rules of the Village's utilities on file with the Wisconsin Public Service Commission are hereby adopted by reference and made a part hereof as though fully set forth herein.
(b) The subdivider shall construct water mains in such a manner as to make adequate water service available to each lot within the land division. Extensions of the public water supply system shall be designed so as to provide public water service to each lot and required fire flow protection to each hydrant. The size, type and installation of all public water mains proposed to be constructed shall be in accordance with plans and standard specifications approved by the Village Engineer.
(c) The subdivider shall construct sanitary sewers in such a manner as to make adequate sanitary sewerage service available to each lot within the subdivision. Where public sanitary sewers of adequate capacity are determined by the Village Engineer to be available, extensions of the public sanitary sewer system shall be made so as to provide sewer service to each lot. Gravity sanitary sewers shall be extended to the land division and to each buildable lot in accordance with Village Comprehensive Sanitary Sewer Plans as determined by the Village Engineer. Sewerage service lines of the sizes and materials required by the Plumbing Inspector shall be installed from the sanitary sewers to the property line of every lot in the subdivision. This installation will be coordinated with the installation of sanitary sewers. The size, type and installation of all sanitary sewers proposed to be constructed shall be in accordance with plans and standard specifications approved by the Village Engineer. All sanitary sewer facilities shall be flood proofed.