§ 50.12  NON-SEWER FACILITIES PROHIBITED; CONNECTION TO PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to construct or maintain or permit to be constructed or maintained any outdoor toilet, privy, vault, cesspool, septic tank, or other similar contrivance for the reception of sewage on any lands owned by such person, or under his control, which abut upon a sewage collection line in any public street, alley, or other easement or through which a sewage collection line passes or to which a sewage collection line is hereafter available; all such outdoor toilets or privies shall be removed; and all such vaults, cesspools, septic tanks, or other similar contrivances for the reception of sewage shall be closed or filled or otherwise removed from properties described above within 90 days after such sewage collection services become available.
   (B)   All such privies, surface toilets, or other means of casting or depositing sewage into a container above or below the surface of the ground or upon or into the soil or into any running or percolating stream of water or into any cistern or well whereby the soil or any surface or sub-surface water is contaminated with such sewage are hereby declared to constitute a public nuisance and their use of maintenance for a period of more than 90 days following the availability or a sewage collection line to the property is hereby prohibited.
(Ord. 1991-27, passed 12-12-91)  Penalty, see § 50.99