(A)   Sanitary sewer systems should be designed for the ultimate tributary population. Due consideration should be given to current zoning regulations and approved planning reports. Sewer capacities should be adequate to handle the anticipated maximum hourly quantity of sewerage together with an adequate allowance for infiltration and other extraneous flow.
   (B)   A sanitary sewer system shall be designed and constructed by the subdivider. Sewers shall be installed to serve all lots, to grades and sizes required by the Town Council. All plans shall be in accordance with local regulations.
   (C)   A permanent sanitary sewerage collection system including all pipes and manholes shall be provided and said collection system shall be connected (extended to connect, if necessary) with an existing public sanitary sewerage system.
   (D)   The diameter of sewers proposed shall not exceed the diameter of the existing or proposed outlet and no public sewer shall be less than 12 inches in diameter. All sewers shall be laid with straight alignment between manholes. Manholes shall be installed at the end of each line; at all changes in grade, size or alignment; at all intersections; and at distances not greater than 400 feet for sewers 15 inches and smaller, and 500 feet for sewers 18 inches in diameter and larger.
   (E)   A minimum horizontal distance of ten feet shall be maintained between parallel water and sewer lines. At points where sewers cross water mains, the sewer shall be constructed of cast iron or encased in concrete for a distance of ten feet in each direction from the crossing, measured perpendicular to the water line. This will not be required when the water main is at least two feet above the sewer.
   (F)   A subdivision plat shall not be considered for final approval until improvement plans for a sewage system has been submitted. Final approval shall not be given until said improvement plans have been approved by the Town Council.
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