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18.50.040. Sanitary sewer improvements

            Materials shall conform to the standards established for a public sewer system.  All connections will be governed by the current City technical standards.  Easements for public sewer lines on private property shall be of a width designated by the City Engineer.  The City technical standards shall govern concerning the installation, testing, and cleaning.  The size of the line extensions will be as determined by the City Engineer.

            The developer or subsequent homeowner's association will be responsible for the maintenance of all facilities within the property lines of the development and those facilities off the property as designated by the City Engineer and which directly, either in part or wholly, service the private subdivision/development.

            When determined to be necessary by the City Engineer, public sewer lines may be required to be constructed within private developments.  An easement of proper width as determined by the City Engineer shall be deeded to the City for public sewer lines, integrated with the private subdivision/development lines, running through private property.

            Land Drain Systems.  All footings shall be placed two feet (2') above the highest yearly subsurface water elevation or the footing must have a drain system installed.  The City technical standards shall be followed for the placement and construction of land drain systems.

            The developer or subsequent homeowner's association will be responsible for the maintenance of all facilities within the property lines of the development and those facilities off the property as designated by the City Engineer and which, either in part or wholly, service the private subdivision/development.


Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 1020, Amended, 5/5/1994

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