That there shall be hereby charged a sewer connection charge for each separate sewer connection hereafter made to the Sanitary Sewer System of said City of Andover in the amount of $75.00 for each such connection. Said connection charges collected under this section shall be deposited in the “Sewer Utility Fund” of said City and such charge is made to defray the cost of inspection and regulation of such connections and proceeds from such charges may be expended from such Fund for inspection salaries and other sewer regulatory costs. In the event that the Governing Body should determine that any certain single connection of a single sewer to the sanitary sewer system of said City which supplies more than one user does not require substantially more inspection procedures than the same would be serving only one user then such connection may be made for a single sewer connection charge of $75.00 for the single structure. Before such determination can be made, it must appear to the Governing Body on application of the owner or his agent that only one connection is being made to the sanitary sewer system of said City or to an existing private sewer line already connected with the said sanitary sewer system of said City.
(Ord. 288, Sec. 1)
That any lot or piece of ground which has previously been served by the Sanitary Sewer System of the City of Andover, Kansas, has the existing sewer service thereon altered, modified, or reconnected to a different substitute structure or use requiring inspection, a service charge of $10.00 is hereby levied for such inspection.
(Ord. 210, Sec. 2)
Any person, group of persons, agents, tenants, or any one or more persons occupying lands or representing the owner or occupants of lands upon which, or to which, a sanitary sewer connection has been made, shall be required to comply with all provisions of Chapter XVI of the Code of the City of Andover dealing with sewer service and regulations. The violation of any provision within Chapter XVI of said Code shall constitute a misdemeanor and such violator shall be assessed a penalty of up to $500.00 and may be incarcerated in the county jail for up to a period of 6 months on account of each such violation.