Town of Williamson, NY
Wayne County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Williamson as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Water — See Ch. 173.
[Adopted 2-27-1996; amended in its entirety 5-9-2006]

§ 102-1 Use restricted.

The purpose of a hydrant is for fire protection and thus hydrant meters are to be used for emergency purposes only.

§ 102-2 Conditions on nonemergency use.

Residents of the Town of Williamson wishing to use water from a hydrant for other purposes shall be subject to the following conditions:
A. 
A deposit of $350 for a hydrant meter, which will be applied to the final charges, shall be required.
B. 
A minimum charge for 100,000 gallons plus a turn-on charge of $25 and a turnoff charge of $25 shall be required.
C. 
Meters will be left in place for a maximum of one week, and at that time the Williamson Water Department shall have authority to move meters as they deem necessary.
D. 
The user is responsible for any damage to and or theft of equipment being used. (Total value of the meter and equipment is at least $1,200.)
E. 
The Town of Williamson is not responsible for any damages or injuries related to hydrant meter use.
[Adopted 2-27-1996; amended in its entirety 5-23-2006]

§ 102-3 Conditions on use.

Residents of the Town of Williamson wishing to use water from a hydrant to fill swimming pools shall be subject to the following conditions:
A. 
A deposit of $350 for the hydrant meter, the balance of which will be returned after charges are calculated and deducted, shall be required.
B. 
The pool must be on the same side of the road as the water main.
C. 
A hydrant meter will be installed by the Water Department for a maximum of three days.
D. 
Water will be billed in accordance with consumption used plus a turn-on charge of $25 and a turnoff charge of $25.
E. 
The pool owner is required to provide hose and any necessary personnel.
F. 
The pool owner is responsible for any damage to and/or theft of equipment being used. (Total value of the meter and equipment is at least $1,200.)
G. 
The Town of Williamson is not responsible for any damages or injuries related to hydrant meter use.
H. 
The pool owner must submit proof that the pool has been permitted prior to completing the application.