[Ord. 1977-12, 10/17/1977, § 701]
No person shall be permitted to develop a subdivision, tract or parcel of land without first obtaining a sewer permit from the Borough. Such permit shall be issued to the person required to comply to this code subject always to compliance with the code.
[Ord. 1977-12, 10/17/1977, § 702]
No lot in a subdivision may be sold, no permit shall be issued to erect, alter or repair any building in a subdivision, tract or parcel of land until the sewer permit is approved, recorded and escrow monies have been posted with the Borough sufficient to cover the construction cost of the sewer installation, engineering and/or review, inspection during construction and other direct costs incurred by the Borough resulting from this particular work.
[Ord. 1977-12, 10/17/1977, § 703]
The following procedure outlines the prerequisites to be fulfilled by the owner and the special requirements of the Borough.
Preliminary Approval. Preliminary or initial approval of the project at the expense of the owner is required by the Borough in order that the Authority may review what is proposed and provide whatever prior planning is necessary to include additional users in the system. In general, the Borough and consulting engineer review will determine:
Prepare Detailed Plans and Specifications. Detailed plans, profiles and construction specifications are to be prepared for the project. Minimum design standards as set forth in the "Sewerage Manual" of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources are to be maintained in all situations. Sewer plans shall conform to all the specifications established by the Borough. In no cases will lesser standards than exist in the present specifications or as outlined in this code be adopted by the Borough.
Approval of Plans and Specifications. The Borough and consulting engineer, at the expense of the owner, shall review plans and specifications submitted to the Borough.
Enter into Agreement with the Borough. The Borough Solicitor, at the expense of the owner, shall prepare an agreement between the Borough and owner. The agreement shall, among other items, provide for the owner to escrow sufficient funds to defray the Borough costs for:
Construction and Inspection. The owners shall construct, at their own expense, all lines, pumping facilities and appurtenances required for their development regardless of the proximity of the development to the Borough collection system.