(A)   (1)   The utility authorized representatives shall have the right to enter upon the premises of the customer at all reasonable times for inspecting and/or testing cross-connection protective devices, atmospheric tank installations, booster pump-vacuum breaker-type valves, general plumbing, as well as meter readings, inspection, repairs, testing, removal, replacements, relocation in connection with the water service.
      (2)   Failure to provide or allow access for the utility to the customer premises for the herein stated purposes, after written notice of such purpose, shall be cause for discontinuance of water service.
   (B)   Any customer providing a secondary water system supply on the customers’ premises or available to the premises shall be required to give reasonable access to the utility representative during any inspection of the customer premises. Said customer shall be required to provide evidence that no connection exists between the customer secondary supply and the public water supply system.
   (C)   (1)   The customer shall comply with all rules, regulations as set forth by applicable local, state, federal and health agencies as if in writing herein.
      (2)   Failure to comply as stated shall be cause for immediate termination of water service to the premises with notice of said violation to the Indiana State Board of Health and other agencies having jurisdiction over such matters. Water service shall not be reinstated until proof of compliance is furnished to the utility.
(Ord. 19-01, passed 4-9-19)  Penalty, see § 52.999