§ 50.027  FIRE SERVICE.
   (A)   Except in the case of emergencies, no person, except an authorized agent of a fire department or the village, shall use any fire hydrant or any part thereof, or take any water from a hydrant for any purpose without the applicable permit from the village.
   (B)   If a fire hydrant is damaged by any person, that person shall be responsible for all costs and expenses incurred by the village in making the necessary repairs and corrections.
   (C)   No private fire hydrant shall be set without the inspection and approval of the village.
   (D)   Private fire service inside buildings shall be equipped with approved meters. Construction of a private interior fire service cannot proceed until plans therefor have been filed with the village and written permission for construction thereof received.
   (E)   Each housing, business, or commercial unit having privately owned and maintained fire service mains and hydrants shall be charged an “availability fee” for such service as specified in §§ 50.120 through 50.124.
(Ord. 97-104, passed 2-3-1997)  Penalty, see § 50.999