§ 51.104  SERVICE OUTSIDE OF CORPORATION LIMITS.
   (A)   This section applies to owners of property outside of the corporate limits of the town regardless if the property is used for residential, commercial or industrial purposes or if it is new or existing.
   (B)   Sewer utility shall not be extended to and no connection shall be permitted by such properties without strict compliance with this section.
   (C)   No person shall make a connection with the public sewers or drains, or with an extension or connection previously made, without first obtaining a written permit from the town. The application must be accompanied by a clear description of the premises, the name of the owner, the name of the persons employed to do the work and the permit fee in the amount determined by the town. All applications must be filed with the Clerk-Treasurer.
   (D)   Sanitary service fees are required for residential, commercial, and industrial users outside of the corporate limits.
   (E)   All costs and expenses for the installation and connection of the sanitary sewer shall be borne by the property owner. The owner shall indemnify the town from any loss or damage that may directly or indirectly be occasioned by the installation of the sewer and/or water line.
   (F)   All sewer extensions and connections shall be inspected by and approved by the town. Each and every inspection required to complete proper installation shall be charged an inspection fee.
   (G)   The inspection fee and permit fee shall all be paid and collected at the time the permit application is submitted to the Clerk-Treasurer.
   (H)   All sewer connections and repairs will be in accordance with the Town of Waterloo Lateral Standards.
   (I)   The rates and charges for sewage utility services rendered to customers outside of the corporate limits shall be 200% of those rates and charges established for services rendered within the corporate limits.
   (J)   Fees are listed on the Town of Waterloo's Fee Schedule that may be revised from time to time by the Town Council.
(Ord. 19-01, passed 4-9-19)