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22.

  • B.

    Meters, whether installed on District or private property, shall be the property of the District. The applicant, as a condition of his contract for water service, guarantees access to the meter for purposes of reading and maintenance thereof.

  • C.

    The District will pay no rent or other charges for meter and appurtenant facilities located on customer’s premises.

DEFECTIVE SERVICE EXTENSION

The District may immediately shut off any service whenever such service extension lines develop leaks, or their condition is such as to constitute a danger to the domestic water supplies of the District. Such service shall remain shut off until such lines are properly repaired and replaced.

23.

INSUFFICIENT PRESSURE AND CAPACITY

When the premises for which water is sought does not abut a main with sufficient pressure and capacity to provide the required flow to the property line, the application for service may be rejected.

24.

CHANGE IN SIZE OF SERVICE CONNECTION

A request for a change of the size of a service connection shall be treated as a request for a new service installation. An additional basic connection charge, set forth by ordinance, shall be made. An additional capacity expansion charge shall also be charged. Credit will be given for capacity expansion charges previously paid.

25.

NONSTANDARD WATER SERVICE

A.

Upon District acceptance of a new permanent main adjacent to the customer’s property where the customer is being served by a nonstandard water service, within six months the customer shall discontinue the use of said service and the customer shall relocate the service line from the new

permanent main, to the nearest property line, at the customer’s expense. be responsible for connecting to the new service line and paying all

connection. nonstandard

No connection charges shall be due water service to a standard water service.

for

the

relocation

The costs and

customer shall further associated with said reconnection from a

26.

  • B.

    The customer shall further be responsible for and pay all latecomers charges due for his proportionate share of the cost of extension when a water main is installed adjoining his property prior to the District turning on the water to the premises served.

  • C.

    All work associated with the repair of a nonstandard service in the utility right-of-way shall require a permit and all work shall comply with construction standards.

OWNERSHIP, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT OF FACILITIES

A.

The District shall not be required to renew or replace water mains, which are placed outside the established boundaries of the District and are not owned by the District. The District may maintain water mains outside the District boundary or in existence at the time of annexation until such time as the District shall condemn the same. In the event a main is condemned, service to those customers served will be terminated unless the property owners furnished water through such main replaces the

condemned

main

with a

main meeting

specified in

such

notice.

If the District

alternate

District

water

main,

the

property

specification of the District within such time as may be determines that the property should be served from an owners shall be fully responsible for making that extension

according

to

the

District

specifications.

27.

CONFORMING PRIVATE PIPES

  • A.

    Before water will be turned on to any premises connected with the District’s mains, the service pipes upon such premises must be made to conform to all applicable laws and regulations, including such specifications as may be promulgated from time to time by the District, or his/her designee, prior to the covering of the trench containing such pipe.

  • B.

    The charge for the above mentioned inspection shall be set by ordinance.

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