CODE OF SOUTH JACKSONVILLE
§ 54.01 REQUIRED USE OF PUBLIC SEWERS.
(A) It shall be unlawful for any person to place, deposit, or permit to be deposited in an unsanitary manner upon public or private property in any area under the jurisdiction of the village any human or animal excrement, garbage, or other objectionable waste which ordinarily would be regarded as wastewater or industrial wastes.
(B) No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged to any natural outlet any wastewater or other polluted waters except where suitable treatment has been provided in accordance with provisions of this chapter and the NDPES permit.
(C) It shall be unlawful for any person to connect, or cause to be connected, any drain carrying, or to carry, any toilet, sink, basement, septic tank, cesspool, industrial water, or any fixture or device discharging wastewater or polluting substances, to any stormwater drain under jurisdiction of the village.
(D) No person shall construct or maintain any privy, privy vault, septic tank, cesspool, or other facility intended or used for the disposal of wastewater except as hereinafter provided.
(E) The owner of all houses, buildings or properties used for human occupancy, employment, recreation, or other purposes situated within the jurisdiction of the village and abutting any street, alley, or right-of-way in which there is now located, or may be in the future be located, a public sewer of the village, is hereby required, at his or her expense, to install sanitary facilities therein, and to connect such facilities directly with the proper public sewer in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, within 60 days after the date of official notice to do so, provided that the public sewer is within 200 feet of the property line and provided that said public sewer is adequate to handle the additional connection.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991) Penalty, see § 54.99
§ 54.02 PRIVATE WASTEWATER DISPOSAL.
(A) Where a public sewer is not available, the building sewer shall be connected to a private wastewater disposal system complying with all requirements of this chapter.
(B) Before commencement of construction of a private wastewater disposal system, the owner shall first obtain a written permit signed by the village. The application for such permit shall be made on a form furnished by the village, which the applicant shall supplement by any plans, specifications, and other information as deemed necessary by the village.
(C) A permit for a private wastewater disposal system shall not become effective until the installation is completed to the satisfaction of the village. The village shall be allowed to inspect the work at any stage of construction, and, in any event, the applicant for the permit shall notify the village when the work is ready for final inspection, and before any underground portions are covered. The inspection shall be made within one working day of the receipt of written notice by the village.
(D) The type, capacity, location, and layout of a private wastewater disposal system shall comply with all recommendations of the state’s Private Sewage Disposal Licensing Act and Code, being 225 ILCS 225, and with the State Environmental Protection Agency. No permit shall be issued for any private wastewater disposal system employing subsurface soil absorption facilities where the area of the lot is less than 7,500 square feet. No septic tank or cesspool shall be permitted to discharge to any natural outlet.
(E) At such time as a public sewer becomes available to a property served by a private wastewater disposal system, a direct connection shall be made to the public sewer in compliance with this chapter, and any septic tanks, cesspools, and similar private wastewater disposal facilities shall be abandoned, cleaned of sludge, and filled with clean bank-run gravel or dirt.
(F) The owner of a private wastewater disposal facility shall operate and maintain the facility in a sanitary manner at all times, and at no expense to the village.
(G) No statement contained in this chapter shall be construed to interfere with any additional requirements that may be imposed by the Department of Public Health.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991) Penalty, see § 54.99
§ 54.03 BUILDING SEWERS AND CONNECTIONS.
(A) Wastewater service shall be furnished only upon the filing of an application with the village on a form supplied by the village. The application shall include, but not be limited to, the name of the applicant, the premises to be served, the size of service desired, the date service is desired, and shall include a record of service installation, inspection, and approval by the authority, and a record of water meter and wastewater meter readings upon commencement of service to the applicant.
(B) The work of installing sewers performed pursuant to permit shall be done by skilled and responsible sewer builders and drain layers approved by the village. Notice must be given to the village at least one working day prior to the beginning of any work upon a building sewer or a public sewer and no materials shall be used or work covered until inspected and approved by the village.
(C) Any person filling over a sewer shall provide written notice of such action to the village at least one working day prior to the commencement of the filling. Such written notice shall not absolve the person from any liability for damage to or collapse of the sewer as a result of such filling. Any manholes in such fill shall be brought to the grade of the fill to the satisfaction of the village at the cost of the person doing the filling.
(D) No unauthorized person shall uncover, make any connections with or opening into, use, alter, or disturb any public sewer or appurtenances thereof without first obtaining a written permit from the village. Before a permit may be issued for excavating for sewers in any public street, way, or alley, the person applying for such permit shall have executed unto the village and deposited with the village a bond with corporate surety, said bond to cover public liability in a sum of not less than $40,000 and property damage in a sum of not less than $10,000 and worker’s compensation insurance fully protecting all persons who may be in his or her employ, conditioned that he or she will perform faithfully all work with due care and diligence, and in accordance with the laws, codes, or ordinances pertaining to sewers. This bond shall state that the person will indemnify and save harmless the village and the owner of the premises against all damages, costs, expenses, outlays, and claims of every nature and kind arising out of unskillfulness or negligence on his or her part in connection with sewers or excavation for sewers as prescribed in this chapter. Such bond shall remain in force and must be executed for a period of one year, except that on such expiration, it shall remain in force as to all penalties, claims, and demands that may have accrued thereunder prior to such expiration.
(E) (1) There shall be two classes of building sewer permits: for residential wastewater service; and for commercial, institutional, governmental, or industrial wastewater service. In either case, the owner or his or her agent shall make application on a special form furnished by the village.
(2) The permit application shall be supplemented by any plans, specifications, or other information considered pertinent in the judgment of the village. Any industry, as a condition of permit authorization, must provide information describing its wastewater constituents, characteristics, and type of activity.
(F) The village shall not approve any connection of the building sewer to the public sewer unless and until the inspector shall determine that such sewers are constructed and installed in accordance with this chapter.
(G) A building sewer permit will only be issued and a sewer connection shall only be allowed if it can be demonstrated that the downstream wastewater treatment system, including sewers, pump stations, and wastewater treatment systems, have sufficient reserve capacity to adequately and efficiently handle the additional anticipated waste load.
(H) The applicant for wastewater service shall pay all costs and expense incidental to the installation and connection of the building sewer, and the maintenance thereof, from the point of connection to the public sewer of the village to the premises of the applicant. The owner of the person installing the building sewer for said owner shall indemnify the village from any loss or damage that may directly or indirectly be occasioned by the installation of the building sewer.
(I) At the time of filing a building sewer permit application, a connection fee shall be paid to the village in accordance with the following schedule for respective types of building sewer permits; as to all persons or entities, whether for residential, commercial, institutional, governmental, or industrial user within the village limits, a connection fee of $100 shall be charged.
(J) (1) The village must approve all plans and specifications for any public sewer extensions. Before any public sewer extensions are installed, the plans and specifications must be reviewed and approved by the State Environmental Protection Agency.
(2) Ownership rights-of-way and title must be conveyed to the village for all public sewer extensions installed by anyone other than the village. The village shall maintain the extended public sewers thereafter.
(3) No extension of the public sewer will be permitted if, in the opinion of the village, the wastewater treatment system does not have the necessary capacity to serve the proposed extension.
(K) A separate and independent building sewer shall be provided for every building, except that where one building stands at the rear of another on an interior lot and no private sewer is available or can be constructed to the rear building through an adjoining alley, court, yard, or driveway, the building sewer from the front building may be extended to the rear building and the extension considered as the building sewer for the rear building; and except that multifamily dwelling units, including apartments and mobile home trailer parks, may use a single common building sewer for drainage of individual dwelling units.
(L) Old building sewers or any portion thereof may be used in connection with new buildings only when they are found, on examination and test by the inspector, to meet all requirements of this chapter and are adequate to serve the purposes of the new building and its use. Old sewer taps and that portion of the sewer under paved streets or alleys may be utilized even though they may not meet all the requirements of this chapter, if they are found, on examination and test by the inspector, to be structurally satisfactory and adequate to protect against dangers giving rise to the requirements of this chapter.
(M) In addition to the regulations for use of the village’s wastewater treatment system as contained in this chapter, there is hereby incorporated by reference the Plumbing Code of the village, which regulations shall be considered part of the contract between the village and every person connecting to the village’s wastewater treatment system. In the absence of ordinance or Plumbing Code provisions, or in amplification thereof, the materials and procedures set forth in appropriate specifications of the American Society of Testing Materials, the Water Pollution Control Federation Manual of Practice No. 9, and the Standard Specifications for Water and Sewer Main Construction in Illinois shall apply.
(N) The building sewers and/or public sewers shal1 be constructed of ductile iron sewer pipe and fittings meeting the current A.S.T.M. Specification for Ductile Iron Gravity Sewer Pipe and A.S.T.M. Specification for Ductile Iron Fittings or PVC sewer pipe or PVC composite sewer pipe and fittings meeting the current A.S.T.M. Specifications for Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) plastic pipe and fittings (Schedule 40), and A.S.T.M. Specifications for PVC Composite Sewer Piping or reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) meeting the current A.S.T.M. Specification for Reinforced Concrete Sewer Pipe. If installed in filled or unstable ground, the building sewers and/or public sewers shall be ductile iron sewer pipe or reinforced concrete pipe, except that PVC sewer pipe meeting the above specification requirements may be accepted if laid on a suitable improved bed or cradle as approved by the inspector.
(O) (1) All joints and connections on building sewers and public sewers shall be made gas-tight and water-tight.
(2) Joints for ductile iron sewer pipe shall be mechanical joint or push-on joint. To assemble a push-on joint, the following method is to be used unless the manufacturer specifically recommends another method. After placing a length of pipe in the trench, the spigot end shall be centered in the bell and the pipe forced home and brought to correct line and grade. The pipe shall be secured in place with approved backfill material tamped under it except at the bells.
(3) To assemble a mechanical joint, the following method is to be used, unless the manufacturer specifically recommends another method. Wash thoroughly with soapy water the pipe socket (or bell), plain end (or spigot), and the rubber gasket. Place gland, followed by gasket, over the plain end of the pipe. Insert in socket. Push the gasket into position, making sure that it is evenly seated in the socket of the pipe bell. Move the gland into position against the face of the rubber gasket, insert bolts, and make finger-tight. Tighten bolts alternately, that is, tighten a bottom bolt, then a top bolt and so on all around the joint until tight.
(4) Joints for PVC sewer pipe shall be elastomeric gasket joints or solvent cement joints. A solvent-cemented joint is one in which pipe solvent cements into a coupling to form the joint closure. Ensure that surfaces to be jointed are clean and dry. Liberally apply solvent to pipe end and inside of coupling. Shove pipe home, set pipe to line and grade.
(5) The elastomeric gasket joint is a sliding assembly in which the lubricated pipe spigot end slides under the rubber ring and into the bell. Make certain the bell and rubber ring are clean. Make sure the pipe spigot end is clean. Lubricate the spigot end of the pipe. Be sure to cover the entire spigot end circumference. Insert the spigot end into the bell so that it is in contact with the rubber ring. Keep the pipe lengths in proper alignment. Brace the bell while the spigot end is pushed in under the rubber ring, so that previously completed joints will not be closed up. Push the spigot into the bell until the reference mark on the pipe barrel is flush with the end of the bell.
(6) Joints for RCP sewer pipe shall be rubber gasket joint construction. Immediately before making joint, lubricate entire gasket and inside of bell of last pipe and spigot end of pipe with an approved vegetable lubricant. Take care that gasket and ends of pipe are clean and free of sand and gravel. Introduce spigot of pipe being laid with gasket in place, into bell end of previously laid pipe. Set pipe to line and grade, and then jack or push completely home.
(P) The size of building sewers shall be subject to the approval of the inspector, but in no event shall the diameter be less than four inches. The slope of such four-inch pipe shall not be less than one-eighth inch per foot. A slope of one-fourth inch per foot shall be used wherever practical. Any sewer laid longitudinally in public streets, alleys, or easements, which could connect more than one building sewer or could be extended to connect more than one building sewer, shall not be less than eight inches in diameter, shall be laid on a minimum grade of four feet per 1,000 feet and shall be constructed to a maximum depth to permit further extension thereto. Sewers installed longitudinally in a public street, alley, or easement shall be constructed in accordance with plans and specifications prepared by a registered professional engineer and approved by the village. All sewer excavations in public streets and alleys shall be properly braced and sheeted so as to prevent any sloughing or caving, and, when the work is finished, the excavation shall be backfilled with sand, so that there will be no after settlement of the street or alley surface.
(Q) The building sewer shall be brought to the building at an elevation sufficient to afford protection from frost. All excavations required for the installation of a building sewer shall be open trench work unless otherwise approved by the inspector. Pipe laying and backfill shall be performed in accordance with current A.S.T.M. specifications except that no backfill shall be placed until the work has been inspected by the inspector.
(R) In all buildings in which any building drain is too low to permit gravity flow to the public sewer, sanitary wastewater carried by such building drain shall be lifted by approved artificial means and discharged to the building sewer. No water operated wastewater ejector shall be used.
(S) No person shall make connection of roof downspouts, exterior foundation drains, areaway drains, or other sources of surface runoff or groundwater to a building sewer or building drain which in turn is connected directly or indirectly to a public sewer.
(T) The connection of the building sewer to the public sewer will not be allowed until the completion of the construction of the lowest level of the building floor. The footings and foundation also must be backfilled prior to connection to the public sewer.
(U) The connection of the building sewer into the public sewer shall be made gas-tight and water-tight, and shall conform to the requirements of this chapter and the Plumbing Code of the village.
(V) The connection of a building sewer into the public sewer shall be made at a “Y” branch or “T” branch, if such a branch is available at a suitable location. If the public sewer has no properly located “Y” or “T” branch available, the applicant shall install a “Y” or “T” branch or a “Y” or “T” saddle fitting (for PVC composite sewer) at the location specified by the inspector. Under no circumstances will the sewer service protrude into the sewer pipe to which the connection is made. The invert of the building sewer at the point of connection shall be at the same or at a higher elevation than the invert of the public sewer. A smooth, neat joint shall be made and the connection made secure and water-tight by encasement in concrete. Special fittings may be used for the connection only when approved by the inspector. Manholes shall be constructed at any junction of an eight-inch diameter sewer or larger into a public sewer. Building sewer connections into manholes shall be subject to the approval of the inspector.
(W) The applicant for the building sewer shall notify the village when the building sewer is ready for inspection and connection to the public sewer. The connection shall be made under the supervision of the inspector.
(X) All excavations for building sewer installation shall be adequately guarded with barricades and lights so as to protect the public from hazard. Streets, sidewalks, parkways, utility lines, and other public property disturbed in the course of the work shall be restored in a manner satisfactory to the village at the expense of the applicant.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991) Penalty, see § 54.99
§ 54.04 USE OF PUBLIC SEWERS.
(A) No person shall place, deposit, or permit to be deposited in an unsanitary manner on public or private property within the jurisdiction of the village any wastewater or other polluted water except where suitable treatment has been provided in accordance with provisions of this chapter and the NDPES permit. All disposal by a person into the wastewater system is unlawful except those discharges in compliance with federal standards promulgated pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act and more stringent state and local standards.
(B) Users of the wastewater treatment system shall immediately notify the village of any unusual flows or wastes that are discharged accidentally or otherwise to the wastewater treatment system.
(C) No person shall discharge, or cause to be discharged, any stormwater, surface water, groundwater, roof runoff, subsurface drainage, uncontaminated cooling water, or unpolluted industrial process waters to any sanitary sewer.
(D) No existing or new drain tile, foundation tile, or other tile which could or does collect surface or subsurface water shall be maintained or constructed so as to permit or allow the flow therefrom to be drained, discharged, or pumped into the public sewer.
(E) Stormwater and all other unpolluted drainage shall be discharged to such sewers as are specifically designated as combined sewers or storm sewers, or to a natural outlet approved by the village. Industrial cooling waters or unpolluted process waters may be discharged, with approval of the village, to a storm sewer, combined sewer, or natural outlet.
(F) No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged any of the following described waters or wastes to any public sewers:
(1) Any gasoline, benzene, naphtha, fuel oil, or other flammable or explosive liquid, solid, or gas;
(2) Any waters or wastes containing toxic or poisonous solids, liquids, or gases in sufficient quantity, either singly or by interaction with other wastes to injure or interfere with any wastewater treatment process, constitute a hazard to humans or animals, create a public nuisance, or create any hazard in the receiving waters of the wastewater treatment system;
(3) Any waters or wastes having a pH lower than 6.0 or having any other corrosive property capable of causing damage or hazard to structures, equipment, and personnel of the wastewater treatment system;
(4) Solid or viscous substances in quantities or of such size capable of causing obstruction to the flow in sewers, or other interference with the proper operation of the wastewater treatment system such as, but not limited to, ashes, cinders, sand, mud, straw, shavings, metal, glass, rags, feathers, tar, plastics, wood, unground garbage, whole blood, paunch manure, hair and fleshings, entrails, paper dishes, cups, milk containers, and the like, either whole or ground by garbage grinders; and
(5) Any waters or wastes having a five-day biochemical oxygen demand concentration greater than 200 mg/l or total suspended solids concentration greater than 250 mg/l unless prior approval is received in writing from the village.
(G) No person shall discharge or cause to be discharged the following described substances, materials, waters, or wastes if it appears likely in the opinion of the village that such wastes can harm either the sewers, wastewater treatment system, or equipment; have an adverse effect on the receiving stream; or can otherwise endanger life, limb, public property, or constitute a nuisance. In forming its opinion as to the acceptability of these wastes, the village will give consideration to such factors as the quantities of subject wastes in relation to flows and velocities in the sewers, materials of construction of the sewers, nature of the wastewater treatment system, capacity of the wastewater treatment system, degree of treatability of wastes in the wastewater treatment system, and maximum limits established by regulatory agencies. The substances prohibited are:
(1) Any liquid or vapor having a temperature higher than 150°F, 65°C;
(2) Any waters or wastes containing toxic or poisonous materials, petroleum or mineral oils, or waxes, whether emulsified or not, in excess of 100 mg/l or containing substances which may solidify or become viscous at temperatures between 32°F and 150°F, 0°C and 65°C;
(3) Any waters or wastes containing fats, animal, or vegetable oils or grease, whether emulsified or not, in excess of 100 mg/l or containing substances which may solidify or become viscous at temperatures between 32°F and 150°F, 0°C and 65°C;
(4) Any garbage that has not been properly shredded. The installation and operation of any garbage grinder equipped with a motor of three-fourths horsepower (0.76 hp metric) or greater shall be subject to the review and approval of the village;
(5) Any waters or wastes containing strong acid, iron pickling wastes, or concentrated plating solutions whether neutralized or not;
(6) Any waters or wastes containing iron, chromium, copper, zinc, or similar objectionable or toxic substances; or wastes exerting an excessive chlorine requirement, to such degree that any such material received in the composite wastewater at the wastewater treatment system exceeds the limits established by the village for such materials;
(7) Any waters or wastes containing phenols or other taste or odor-producing substances, in such concentrations exceeding limits which may be established by the village as necessary after treatment of the composite wastewater, to meet the requirements of the state, federal, or other public agencies of jurisdiction for such discharge to the receiving waters;
(8) Any radioactive wastes or isotopes of such half-life or concentration as may exceed limits established by the village in compliance with applicable state or federal regulations;
(9) Any wastes or waters having a pH in excess of 9.0;
(10) Any mercury or any of its compounds in excess of 0.0005 mg/l as Hg at any time except as permitted by the village in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations;
(11) Any cyanide in excess of 0.025 mg/l at any time except as permitted by the village in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations;
(12) Materials which exert or cause:
(a) Unusual concentrations of inert suspended solids (such as, but not limited to, Fullers earth, lime slurries, and lime residues) or of dissolved solids (such as, but not limited to, sodium chloride and sodium sulfate);
(b) Excessive discoloration (such as, but not limited to, dye wastes and vegetable tanning solutions);
(c) Unusual BOD, total suspended solids, chemical oxygen demand, or chlorine requirements in such quantities as to constitute a significant load on the wastewater treatment system; and
(d) Unusual volume of flow or concentrations of wastes constituting slugs as defined herein.
(13) Waters or wastes containing substances which are not amendable to treatment or reduction by the wastewater treatment processes employed, or are amendable to treatment only to such degree that the wastewater treatment system effluent cannot meet the requirements of agencies having jurisdiction over discharge to the receiving waters.
(H) (1) If any waters or wastes are discharged or are proposed to be discharged to the public sewers, which waters contain the substances or possess the characteristics enumerated in of this chapter, and/or which are in violation of the standards for pretreatment provided in the Federal Clean Water Act and any amendments thereto, and which in the judgment of the village may have a deleterious effect upon the wastewater treatment system, processes, equipment, or receiving waters, or which otherwise create a hazard to life or constitute a public nuisance, the village may:
(a) Reject the wastes;
(b) Require pretreatment to an acceptable condition for discharge to the public sewers;
(c) Require control over the quantities and rates of discharge; and
(d) Require payment to cover the added costs of handling and treating the wastes not covered by existing taxes or wastewater charges, under the provisions of this chapter.
(2) If the village permits the pretreatment or equalization of waste flows, the design and installation of the system and equipment shall be subject to the review and approval of the village, and subject to the requirements of all applicable codes, ordinances, and laws.
(I) Grease, oil, and sand interceptors shall be provided when, in the opinion of the village, they are necessary for the proper handling or treatment of liquid wastes containing grease in excessive amounts, or any flammable wastes, sand, or other harmful ingredients. All interceptors shall be of a type and capacity approved by the village, and shall be located as to be readily and easily accessible for cleaning and inspection.
(J) Where preliminary treatment or flow-equalizing facilities or greases, oil, and sand interceptors are provided, they shall be maintained continuously in satisfactory and effective operation by the owner at his or her expense.
(K) Each industry shall be required to install a control manhole and, when required by the village, the owner of any property serviced by a building sewer carrying industrial wastes shall install a suitable control manhole together with such necessary meters and other appurtenances in the building sewer to facilitate observation, sampling, and measurement of the wastes. Such manhole, when required, shall be accessible and safely located, and shall be constructed in accordance with plans approved by the village. The manhole shall be installed and operated by the owner at his or her expense, and shall be maintained by him or her so as to be operational, safe, and accessible at all times.
(L) (1) The owner of any property serviced by a building sewer carrying industrial wastes shall provide laboratory measurements, tests, and analyses of waters and wastes to comply with this chapter and any special conditions for discharge established by the village or regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over the discharge.
(2) The number, type, and frequency of laboratory analyses to be performed by the owner shall be as stipulated by the village, but no less than once per year the industry must supply a complete analyses of the constituents of the wastewater discharge to assure that compliance with the federal, state, and local standards are being met. The owner shall report the results of measurements and laboratory analyses to the village at such times and in such manner as prescribed by the village. The owner shall bear the expense of all measurements, analyses, and reporting required by the village. At such times as deemed necessary, the village reserves the right to take measurements and samples for analyses by an outside laboratory service.
(M) (1) All sampling and analysis of the characteristics of waters and wastes to which reference is made in this chapter shall be performed in accordance with the techniques prescribed in the current Environmental Protection Agency. Sampling and analytical techniques may be further specified by the village in order to assess the effect of wastewater constituents upon the wastewater treatment system and to determine the existence of hazards to life, limb, and property. Where the current EPA requirements do not contain sampling and analytical techniques for the pollutant in question, sampling and analysis must be performed using procedures approved by the village.
(2) Samples shall be taken at the control manhole. Certain analyses (such as, pH, DO, conductivity, and the like) may be directly performed upon grab samples taken periodically at the control manhole while BOD and total suspended solids analyses are normally performed upon 24-hour composite samples taken at the control manhole. If a control manhole does not exist, then sampling and analysis will be performed at the manhole immediately downstream from the point where the building sewer connects to the public sewer, or at another point acceptable to the village, including the user’s buildings and grounds.
(N) No statement contained in this chapter shall be construed as preventing any special agreement or arrangement between the village and any industrial concern whereby an industrial waste of unusual strength or character may be accepted by the village for treatment, subject to payment therefor by the industrial concern, provided such payments are in accordance with federal and state guidelines for wastewater charge system.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991) Penalty, see § 54.99
§ 54.05 PROTECTION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM FROM DAMAGE.
No person shall maliciously, willfully, or negligently break, damage, destroy, uncover, deface, or tamper with any structure, appurtenance, or equipment which is a part of the wastewater treatment system.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991) Penalty, see § 54.99
§ 54.06 POWERS AND AUTHORITY OF INSPECTORS.
(A) The village and other duly authorized employees of the village, the State Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, bearing proper credentials and identifications, shall be permitted to enter all properties for the purposes of inspection, observation, measurement, sampling, and testing of waste streams in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. The village or its representative shall have no authority to inquire into any processes, including metallurgical, chemical, oil refining, ceramic, paper, or other industries, beyond that point having a direct bearing on the kind and source of discharge to the sewers or waterway or facilities for waste treatment.
(B) While performing the necessary work on private properties, the village or duly authorized employees of the village, the State Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency shall observe all safety rules applicable to the premises established by the person and the person shall be held harmless for injury or death to the village employees, and the village shall indemnify the person against loss or damage to its property by village employees and against liability claims and demands for personal injury or property damage asserted against the person and growing out of the gauging and sampling operation, except as such may be caused by negligence or failure of the person to maintain safe conditions as required in this chapter.
(C) The village and other duly authorized employees of the village bearing proper credentials and identification shall be permitted to enter all private properties through which the village holds a duly negotiated easement for the purposes of, but not limited to, inspection, observation, measurement, sampling, repair, and maintenance of any portion of the wastewater treatment system lying within said easement. All entry and subsequent work, if any, on said easement, shall be done in full accordance with the terms of the duly negotiated easement pertaining to the private property involved.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.07 DEFINITIONS.
For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
AUTHORITY. The Village President and Board of Trustees of the Village of South Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois and its duly authorized employees.
BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND (BOD). The quantity of oxygen, expressed in milligrams per liter (mg/l), utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter under standard laboratory procedures in five days at 20°C.
BUILDING DRAIN. The part of the lowest horizontal piping of a drainage system which receives the discharge from soil, waste, and other drainage pipes inside the walls of a building and conveys it to the building sewer five feet outside the building wall.
BUILDING DRAIN, SANITARY. A building drain which conveys sanitary or industrial wastewater only, and to which storm, surface, and groundwater are not intentionally admitted.
BUILDING DRAIN, STORM. A building drain which conveys storm, surface, or groundwater drainage, but no sanitary or industrial wastewater, other than unpolluted cooling water.
BUILDING SEWER. The extension from the building drain to the public sewer or other place of disposal.
BUILDING SEWER, SANITARY. A building sewer which conveys sanitary or industrial wastewater only.
BUILDING SEWER, STORM. A building sewer which conveys a stormwater or other clean water drainage but no sanitary or industrial wastewater.
CLASSES OF USERS. The division of wastewater treatment system customers by waste characteristics and process or discharge similarities.
(1) COMMERCIAL. Includes transient lodging, retail, and wholesale establishments or places engaged in selling merchandise for personal, household, or industrial consumption, and/or rendering services to others.
(2) GOVERNMENTAL. Includes legislative, judicial, administrative, and regulatory activities of federal, state, and local governments, such as courthouses, police and fire stations, city halls, and similar governmental users.
(a) Includes manufacturing activities involving the mechanical or chemical transformation of materials or substances into other products.
(b) These activities occur in establishments usually described as plants, factories, or mills and characteristically use power machines and material handling equipment.
(4) INSTITUTIONAL. Includes social, charitable, religious, and educational activities such as schools, churches, hospitals, nursing homes, penal institutions, and similarly institutional users.
(5) RESIDENTIAL. Includes all dwelling units such as detached, semidetached, and row houses, mobile homes, garden and standard apartments, and permanent multifamily dwellings.
COMBINED SEWER. A sewer intended to receive wastewater, storm, surface, and groundwater drainage.
COMBINED WASTEWATER. A combination of both sanitary and industrial wastewater and storm, surface, or ground water.
COMPATIBLE POLLUTANT. A pollutant for which the wastewater treatment system is designed to treat and includes biochemical oxygen demand, suspended solids, pH and fecal coliform bacteria, or a pollutant for which the plant is able to remove to a substantial degree, being 80% or greater.
(1) A structure located on a site from which industrial wastes are discharged.
(2) Where feasible, the manhole shall have an interior drop.
(3) The purpose of a CONTROL MANHOLE is to provide access for the village’s representative to sample and/or measure discharges.
DEPRECIATION. An annual operating cost reflecting capital consumption and obsolescence of the wastewater treatment system.
EASEMENT. An acquired legal right for the specific use of land owned by others.
FECAL COLIFORM. Any of a number of organisms common to the intestinal tract of humans and animals, whose presence in sanitary wastewater is an indicator of pollution.
(1) Oil, fat, or grease in a physical state such that it will separate by gravity from wastewater by treatment in a pretreatment facility approved by the village.
(2) A wastewater shall be considered free of FLOATABLE OIL if it is properly pretreated and the wastewater does not interfere with the wastewater treatment system.
GARBAGE. Solid wastes from the domestic and commercial preparation, cooking, and dispensing of food, and from the handling, storage, and sale of produce.
INCOMPATIBLE POLLUTANT. Any pollutant that is not defined as a compatible pollutant, including nonbiodegradable dissolved solids.
INDUSTRIAL USER. Any nongovernmental user of the publicly owned wastewater treatment system, identified in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1972, Office of Management and Budget, as amended.
INDUSTRIAL WASTE. Any solid, liquid, or gaseous substance discharged, permitted to flow, or escaping from any industrial, manufacturing, commercial, or business establishment or process or from the development, recovery, or processing of any natural resource, as distinct from sanitary wastewater.
INFILTRATION. The water entering a sewer system, including building drains and sewers, from the ground, through such means as, but not limited to, defective pipes, pipe joints, connections, or manhole walls.
INFILTRATION/INFLOW. The total quantity of water from both infiltration and inflow without distinguishing the sources.
INFLOW. The water discharged into a sewer system, including building drains and sewers, from such sources as, but not limited to, roof leaders, cellar, yard and area drains, foundation drains, unpolluted cooling water discharges, drains from springs and swampy areas, manhole covers, cross connections with storm sewers and combined sewers, catch basins, stormwaters, surface run-off, street wash waters, or drainage.
INSPECTOR. The person or persons duly authorized by the village to inspect and approve the installation of building sewers and their connection to the public sewer system.
MAJOR CONTRIBUTING INDUSTRY. An industry that either: has a flow of 50,000 gallons or more per average work day; or has a flow greater than 10% of the flow carried by the public wastewater treatment system receiving the waste; or has in its waste a toxic pollutant in toxic amounts as defined in standards issued under the Federal Clean Water Act; or is found by the permit issuance authority, in connection with the issuance of the NPDES permit to the publicly owned wastewater treatment system receiving the waste, to have significant impact, either singly or in combination with other contributing industries, on that wastewater treatment system or upon the quality of effluent from that wastewater treatment system.
MAY. The act referred to is permissive.
METERED USAGE. The metered water usage of any individual customer, unless separate metering of wastewater flow is provided by the customer, wherein it shall mean metered wastewater flow of any individual customer.
(1) Milligrams per liter shall mean a unit of the concentration of water or wastewater constituent.
(2) It is 0.001 g of the constituent in 1,000 ml of water.
(3) It has replaced the unit formerly used commonly, parts per million, to which it is approximately equivalent, in reporting the results of water and wastewater analysis.
NATURAL OUTLET. Any outlet, including storm sewers and combined sewer overflows, into a watercourse, pond, ditch, lake, or other body of surface or groundwater.
NONINDUSTRIAL USERS. All other users of the wastewater treatment system other than industrial users.
NORMAL DOMESTIC WASTEWATER.
(1) As defined for the purpose of determining surcharge limits, a wastewater having an average daily suspended solids concentration of not more than 250 mg/l, and average daily BOD of not more than 200 mg/l.
(2) AVERAGE DAILY is defined for the purposes of this chapter as the average of proportional readings taken in the 24-hour period starting at 12:00 a.m. (midnight) and ending at 12:00 a.m. (midnight) the next day.
NPDES PERMIT. A permit issued under the national pollutant discharge elimination system for discharge of wastewaters to the waters of the United States pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act.
OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, AND REPLACEMENT COSTS.
(1) All costs, direct and indirect, including scheduled replacement costs necessary to ensure adequate wastewater treatment on a continuing basis, conforming with federal, state, and local requirements, and assuring optimal long-term facility management.
(2) Such costs shall not include debt service costs.
PERSON. Any and all persons, natural or artificial, including any individual, firm, company, municipality, private corporation, association, society, institution, enterprise, governmental agency, or other entity discharging any wastewater to the wastewater treatment system.
pH. The negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion concentration. The concentration is the weight of hydrogen ions in grams per liter of solution. The pH of any discharge into the wastewater treatment system shall not be less than 6.0 nor more than 9.0.
POPULATION EQUIVALENT. Term used to evaluate the impact of industrial or other waste on a treatment works or stream. One POPULATION EQUIVALENT is 100 gallons of sewage per day, containing 0.17 pounds of BOD and 0.22 pounds of suspended solids.
ppm. Parts per million by weight.
PRETREATMENT. The treatment of industrial wastewater from privately owned industrial sources prior to introduction into the wastewater treatment system.
PRIVATE SEWER. A sewer which is not owned by a public authority.
PROPERLY SHREDDED GARBAGE. The wastes from the preparation, cooking, and dispensing of food that have been shredded to such a degree that all particles will be carried freely under the flow conditions normally prevailing in public sewers, with no particle greater than one-half inch (one and twenty-seven hundredth centimeters) in any dimension.
PUBLIC AUTHORITY. Any governmental agency having jurisdiction by law over construction and use of a wastewater treatment system.
PUBLIC SEWER. A sewer in which all owners of abutting properties have equal rights, and which is owned and controlled by the public authority, consisting of the following increments.
(1) COLLECTOR SEWER. A sewer whose primary purpose is to collect wastewaters from individual point source discharges.
(2) FORCE MAIN. A pipe in which wastewater is carried under pressure.
(3) INTERCEPTOR SEWER. A sewer whose primary purpose is to transport wastewater from collector sewers to a wastewater treatment system.
(4) PUMPING STATION. A station position in the public sewer system at which wastewater is pumped to a higher level.
REPLACEMENT. Expenditures for obtaining and installing equipment, accessories, or appurtenances which are necessary during the useful life of the wastewater treatment system to maintain the capacity and performance for which such system was designed and constructed.
SANITARY SEWER. A sewer which carries sanitary and/or industrial wastes, and to which storm, surface, and groundwater are not intentionally admitted.
SEWER. A pipe or conduit for carrying wastewater.
SHALL. The act referred to is mandatory.
SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRY. Any industry that will contribute greater than 10% of the design flow and/or design pollutant loading of the wastewater treatment system.
SLUG. Any discharge of water or wastewater which, in concentration of any given constituent or in quantity of flow, exceeds for any period of duration longer than 15 minutes, more than five times the average 24-hour concentration or flow during normal operation.
STANDARD METHODS. The laboratory procedures set forth in the latest edition, at the time of analysis of Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater prepared and published jointly by the American Public Health Association, and the Water Pollution Control Federation.
STORM SEWER. A sewer that carries storm, surface and groundwater drainage but excludes wastewater and industrial wastes other than unpolluted cooling water.
STORMWATER RUNOFF. The portion of the precipitation that is drained into the sewers.
SUPERINTENDENT. The Superintendent of Utilities of the village’s wastewater treatment system, or his or her authorized deputy, agent, or representative.
TOTAL SOLIDS. The sum of suspended and dissolved solids.
TOTAL SUSPENDED SOLIDS. The solids that either float on the surface of, or are in suspension in water, wastewater, or other liquids and which are removable by laboratory filtering.
TOXIC AMOUNT. The concentration of any pollutant or combination of pollutants which upon exposure to or assimilation into any organism will cause adverse effects, such as cancer genetic mutations, and physiological manifestations as defined in standards issued pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act.
UNPOLLUTED WATER. Water of quality equal to or better than the effluent criteria in effect, or water that would not cause violation of receiving water quality standards and would not be benefitted by discharge to the sanitary sewers and wastewater treatment system provided. Effluent criteria are defined in the KPDES permit and water quality standards are defined in the water pollution regulations of the state.
USEFUL LIFE. The estimated period during which the collection system and/or treatment works will be operated.
VOLATILE ORGANIC MATTER. The material in the wastewater solids transformed to gases or vapors when heated at 550°C for 15 to 20 minutes.
WASTEWATER. The combination of liquid and water carried wastes from residences, commercial buildings, industrial plants, governmental facilities, and institutions of a community, together with any groundwater, surface water, and stormwater that may be present. WASTEWATER is used interchangeably with SEWAGE.
(1) COMBINED WASTEWATER. Wastes including sanitary wastewater, industrial wastewater, stormwater, infiltration, and inflow carried to the wastewater treatment system by a combined sewer.
(2) INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER. A combination of liquid and water carried wastes, discharged from any industrial establishment, and resulting from any trade or process carried on in that establishment, including wastes from pretreatment facilities and polluted cooling water.
(3) SANITARY WASTEWATER. A combination of liquid and water carried wastes discharged from toilet and other sanitary plumbing facilities.
(1) BASIC USER CHARGE. The basic assessment levied on all users of the public sewer system.
(2) CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT CHARGE. A charge levied on users to improve, extend, or reconstruct the sewage treatment works.
(3) DEBT SERVICE CHARGE. The amount to be paid each billing period for payment of interest, principal, and coverage of (loan, bond, and the like) outstanding.
(4) LOCAL CAPITAL COST CHARGE. Shall mean charges for costs other than the operation, maintenance, and replacement costs, such as, debt service and capital improvement costs.
(5) SURCHARGE. The assessment in addition to the basic user charge and debt service charge which is levied on those persons whose wastes are greater in strength than the concentration values established in § 54.20 .
(6) USER CHARGE. A charge levied on users of treatment works for the cost of operation, maintenance, and replacement.
(7) WASTEWATER SERVICE CHARGE. The charge per quarter or month levied on all users of the wastewater facilities. The SERVICE CHARGE shall be computed as outlined in § 54.20 (F) and shall consist of the total or the basic user charge, the local capital cost and a surcharge, if applicable.
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM. The structures, equipment, and processes required to collect, transport, and treat domestic and industrial wastes and dispose of the effluent and accumulated residual solids.
WATER SYSTEM. All facilities for water supply, filtration plant, storage reservoirs, water lines, and services and booster stations for obtaining, treating, and distributing potable water.
WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE FUND. The bank account to be used for all revenues received in the operation of the sewerage system.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991; Ord. 693, passed 10-3-1991)
§ 54.20 WASTEWATER SERVICE CHARGES.
(A) Basis for wastewater service charges.
(1) The wastewater service charge for the use of and for service supplied by the wastewater treatment system of the village shall consist of a basic user charge for operation and maintenance plus replacement.
(2) The basic user charge shall be based on water usage as recorded by water meters and/or wastewater meters for wastes having the following normal domestic concentrations:
(a) A five-day, 20°C biochemical oxygen demand (BOD of 200 mg/l); and
(b) A total suspended solids (TSS) content of 250 mg/l.
(3) It shall consist of operation and maintenance costs plus replacement and shall be computed as follows:
(a) Estimate wastewater volume, pounds of TSS, and pounds of BOD to be treated annually;
(b) Estimate the projected annual revenue required to operate and maintain the wastewater facilities including a replacement fund for the year, for all works categories;
(c) Compute total annual billable gallons for all sewer customers;
(d) Proportion the estimated operation, maintenance, and replacement (O, M, and R) costs to each user class by volume, total suspended solids, and BOD;
(e) Proportion the estimated O, M, and R costs to wastewater facility categories by volume, total suspended solids, and BOD;
(f) Compute costs per 1,000 gallons for normal sewage strength based on total annual billable gallons; and
(g) Compute surcharge costs per pound in excess of normal wastewater strength for BOD and TSS.
(4) A surcharge will be levied to all users whose waters exceed the normal domestic concentrations of BOD (200 mg/l) and TSS (250 mg/l). The surcharge will be based on water usage as recorded by water meters and/or wastewater meters for all wastes which exceed the 200 mg/l and 250 mg/l concentration for BOD and TSS respectively.
(5) The adequacy of the wastewater service charge shall be reviewed, not less often than annually, by certified public accountants for the village in their annual audit report. The wastewater service charge shall be revised periodically to reflect a change in operation and maintenance costs including replacement costs.
(6) The users of the wastewater treatment system will be notified annually, in conjunction with a regular bill, of the rate and that portion of the user charges which are attributable to the wastewater treatment operation, maintenance, and replacement.
(B) Measurement of flow. The volume of flow used for computing basic user charges and surcharges shall be the metered water consumption read to the lowest even increments of 100 gallons.
(1) If the person discharging wastes into the public sewers procures any part, or all, of his or her water from sources other than the public water system, all or a part of which is discharged into the public sewers, the person shall install and maintain, at his or her expense, water meters of a type approved by the village for the purpose of determining the volume of water obtained from these other sources.
(2) Devices for measuring the volume of waste discharged may be required by the village if these volumes cannot otherwise be determined from the metered water consumption records.
(3) Metering devices for determining the volume of waste shall be installed, owned, and maintained by the person. Following approval and installation, such meters may not be removed, unless service is canceled, without the consent of the village.
(C) Basic user rate.
(1) The minimum monthly rate for sewer service and all rates for more than minimum service shall be increased by $5 effective the January 1, 2016, 2017, and 2018 as follows:
(a) Effective January 1, 2016, the minimum monthly rate shall be increased by $5 to $30.16;
(b) Effective January 1, 2017, the minimum monthly rate shall be increased by $5 to $35.16; and
(c) Effective January 1, 2018, the minimum monthly rate shall be increased by $5 to $40.16.
(2) All non-metered residential type users of the wastewater facilities shall pay a minimum flat rate charge per month adequate to cover the minimum service charge per 2,000 gallons as provided for above. The flat rate charge will allow a maximum of 2,000 gallons per month.
(3) In the event use of the wastewater treatment system is determined by the village to be in excess of 2,000 gallons per month, the village may require such flat rate user to install metering devices on the water supply and/or building sewer to measure the amount of service supplied.
(D) Surcharge rate. The rates of surcharges for BOD5 and TSS shall be as follows:
|Per lb. of||Rate|
(E) Computation of surcharge. The concentration of wastes used for computing surcharges shall be established by wastewater sampling. Wastewater sampling shall be performed as often as may be deemed necessary by the village and shall be binding as a basis for surcharges.
(F) Computation of wastewater service charge. The wastewater service charge shall be computed by the following formula:
CW = CM + (Vu-X) (CU+CD) + CS
CW = Amount of waste service charge ($) per billing period
CM = Minimum charge for administration operation, maintenance and replacement and debt service (division (C) above)
Vu = Wastewater volume for the billing period
X = Allowable consumption in gallons for the minimum charge (division (C) above)
CU = Basic user rate for operation, maintenance and replacement (division (C) above)
CD = Additional charges for debt service for consumption in excess of 2,000 gallons per month, (division (C) above)
CS = Amount of surcharge (divisions (D) and (E) above)
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991; Ord. 994, passed 11-6-2014)
§ 54.21 BILLS.
(1) Said rates or charges for service shall be payable monthly on the classification of service for which bills are rendered. The owner of the premises, the occupant thereof, and the user of the service shall be jointly and severally liable to pay for the service to such premises and the service is furnished to the premises by the village only upon the condition that the owner of the premises, occupant, and user of the services are jointly and severally liable therefor to the village.
(2) Bills for wastewater service shall be rendered during the last working day of each calendar month.
(3) All wastewater bills are due and payable on the first day of the succeeding calendar month. A penalty of 10% shall be added to all bills not paid by the fifteenth day of such succeeding calendar month.
(B) Delinquent bills. If the charges for such services are not paid on or before the fifteenth day of the month in which the same falls due, such services shall be considered delinquent. After being delinquent for 60 days, the service may be discontinued without further notice and shall not be reinstated until all claims are settled including a $15 reconnection fee.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.22 LIENS.
(A) Lien; notice of delinquency.
(1) Whenever a bill for wastewater service remains unpaid for 30 days after it has been rendered, the Village Clerk may file with the County Recorder of Deeds a statement of lien claim. This statement shall contain the legal description of the premises served, the amount of the unpaid bill, and a notice that the village claims a lien for this amount as well as for all charges subsequent to the period covered by the bill.
(2) If the user whose bill is unpaid is not the owner of the premises and the Village Clerk has notice of this, notice shall be mailed to the owner of the premises if his or her address be known to the Clerk, whenever such bill remains unpaid for the period 30 days after it has been rendered.
(3) The failure of the Village Clerk to record such lien or to mail such notice or the failure of the owner to receive such notice shall not affect the right to foreclose the lien for unpaid bills as mentioned in the foregoing section.
(B) Foreclosure of lien. Property subject to a lien for unpaid charges shall be sold for nonpayment of the same, and the proceeds of the sale shall be applied to pay the charges, after deducting costs, as is the case in the foreclosure of statutory liens. Such foreclosure shall be by bill in equity in the name of the village. The Village Attorney is hereby authorized to institute such proceedings in the name of the village in any court having jurisdiction over such matters against any property for which the bill has remained unpaid 45 days after it has been rendered.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.23 ACCOUNTS.
(A) The Village Treasurer shall establish a proper system of accounts and shall keep proper books, records, and accounts in which complete and correct entries shall be made of all transactions relative to the wastewater treatment system, and at regular annual intervals he or she shall cause to be made an audit by an independent auditing concern of the books to show the receipt and disbursements of the wastewater treatment system.
(B) In addition to the customary operating statements, the annual audit report shall also reflect the revenues and operating expenses of the wastewater treatment system, including a replacement cost, to indicate that wastewater service charges do in fact meet these regulations. In this regard, the financial information to be shown in the audit report shall include the following:
(1) Flow data showing total gallons of wastewater discharged from collection system for the current fiscal year;
(2) Billing data to show total number of gallons billed per fiscal year;
(3) Number of users connected to the system;
(4) Number of nonmetered users; and
(5) A list of users discharging non-domestic and industrial wastes and volume of waste discharged.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.24 NOTICE OF RATES; ACCESS TO RECORDS.
(A) Notice of rates. Each user will be notified by the village in conjunction with a regular bill, of the rate and that portion of the user charges which are attributable to wastewater treatment services.
(B) Access to records. The IEPA or its authorized representative shall have access to any books, documents, papers, and records of the village which are applicable to the village system of user charges for the purpose of making audit, examination, excerpts, and transcriptions thereof to ensure compliance with the terms of the State EPA grant.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.25 EFFECTIVE DATE OF RATES.
(A) The existing rates and service charges as established in this chapter shall continue in effect until changed by the Village Board.
(B) All ordinances adopted prior hereto providing for rates and charges for sewer service or rules and regulations pertaining thereto are hereby repealed.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.26 APPEALS.
The method for computation of rates and service charges established for user charges shall be made available to a user within ten days of receipt of a written request for such. Any disagreement over the method used or in the computations thereof shall be remedied by an agreed third party within 60 days after notification of a formal written appeal outlining the discrepancies.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)
§ 54.99 PENALTY.
(A) (1) Any person found to be violating any provision of this chapter, except § 54.05, shall be served by the village with written notice stating the nature of the violation and providing a reasonable time limit for the satisfactory correction thereof. The offender shall, within the period of time stated in such notice, permanently cease all violations.
(2) The village may revoke any permit or cancel any contract or agreement for wastewater treatment or disposal as a result of any violation of any provision of this chapter.
(B) Any person who shall continue any violation beyond the time limit provided for in this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in an amount not less than $100 and not more than $500 for each violation. Each day in which any such violation shall occur shall be deemed a separate offense.
(C) Any person violating any of the provisions of this chapter shall become liable to the village for any expense, loss, or damage occasioned the village by reason of such violation. Should there be an exceedance of the limitations set forth in this chapter which causes the village to incur additional costs for operation, maintenance, replacement, or fines and penalties imposed by the city, any court or state or federal agency, the person shall pay the village twice the amount of any such costs for operation, maintenance, replacement, fine, or penalty.
(D) Any person violating the provisions of § 54.05 shall be subject to immediate arrest under charge of disorderly conduct.
(Ord. 687, passed 8-15-1991)