Section 22-253 Private common collector sewers.

    (a) A private common collector sewer is a sewer line which is not owned and maintained by a public entity and which serves two (2) or more lots, tracts or parcels of land or two (2) or more structures under separate ownership.

    (b) The city may acquire, by gift, purchase or condemnation, any private common collector sewer.

    (c) Prior to acquiring, except by gift, a private common collector sewer, the city shall establish a sewer district which encompasses the private common collector sewer to be acquired.

    (d)     After acquiring a private common collector sewer, the city may repair or reconstruct the sewer line to bring the line into compliance with city sewer standards and specifications.

    (e)      Special assessments shall not be levied for sewer district projects that involve the elimination of private common collector sewers.

(Ord. No. 12208, § 1, 4-3-89; Ord. No. 19842, § 1, 3-17-08)

(Ord. 19842, Amended, 03/17/2008, Prior Text)