ORDINANCE NO. 9-86
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 14-84
ESTABLISHING SEWER REGULATIONS AND CHARGES AND TO
REPEAL THE EXISTING SECTION IV.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Gtanville,
Section I: That Section IV of Ordinance No. 14-84 is
Sanitary Sewer System Capacity Charges.
That a system capacity charge shall be made for
each new sanitary sewer connection to any
property for which a zoning or building permit
is issued after the date of passage of this
ordinance; and shall be paid at the time the
connection permit is issued for a service. This
charge shall be in addition to any other' fees or
charges made for sanitary sewer connections.
No person, firm or corporation shall make a
sanitary sewer connection or any part thereof to
the sanitary sewer system of the Village of
Granville, Ohio, unless he or they have been
issued a permit therefor by the Village.
The Village Clerk is hereby authorized and
directed to make a Sanitary Sewer System Capacity
Charge whenever an application is made for
sanitary sewage collection service from a
structure (s) or units whenever such property is
or may be serviced by a sanitary sewer connection
line connected to a tributary directly indirectly or to any public sanitary sewer built by
or under the supervision of the Village.
These charges shall be according to the size
of water main tap that supplies water to the
structure (s) or units.
c) Charges And Rates Within The Village.
The charges and rates to be made within the
Village shall be as follows:
Water Tap Diameter Capacity Charge*
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850. 00 per inch diameter (d2) or $500. 00,
whichever is greater.)
Sewer capacity charge shall not, include
fire suppression system sizing. -
In the event a water main tap is enlarged,
the charge difference between the two diameter
sizes shall be paid.
Sanitary sewer service connection lines for
all commercial and industrial units must be
approved by the Village Engineer.
d) Where water services or a determined portion
of a water service is installed for fire
protection, no normal use of sanitary sewers would
be anticipated and therefore no sanitary sewer
capacity charges would be levied on those lines or
parts used solely for those purposes.
That existing Section IV of Ordinance No. 14-84 is
That this ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest date allowed by
Approved as to form:
day of 7/-1986.
ORDINANCE NO. 9-86