Village of Hobart, WI
Brown County
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[Adopted as § 11.6 of the 2000 Code]
The rate file of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin, as amended from time to time, including Schedules No. F-1, Upf-1, Mg-1, Mg-2, Mpa-1, Ug-1, Mgt-1, Mz-1, BW-1, R-1, Cz-1, X-1, X-2, and X-3, hereby adopted and incorporated herein by reference. Together with all rules and regulations of the Water Utility as approved by the Village Board, all of which will be kept on file with the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
[Amended 1-6-2015 by Ord. No. 01-2015]
The penalty for violation of any of the rules and regulations set forth in § 273-15 shall be as set from time to time by the Village Board, and in the event there is no other penalty set by the Village Board the penalty shall be in accordance with § 1-3 of the Code.
[Amended 8-7-2018 by Ord. No. 2018-08]
A. 
The Village Board, or the Public Works Director, with the concurrence of the Village Administrator and Village President, is authorized to create, implement and maintain regulations on the outdoor use of water provided by the Village of Hobart as may be necessary to conserve the capacity and pressure of the water supply for the protection of the public health, safety and welfare.
B. 
These regulations may apply to, but are not limited to, the sprinkling of lawns, gardens, shrubs, and trees; car washing; filling of swimming pools; bulk water purchases; installation of new lawns; designation of the days and/or hours when they may or may not be allowed; prohibition of such uses completely in periods of emergency; irrigation of crops; and commercial car washes that recycle water. These regulations shall be filed in the office of the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
C. 
The following are examples of restrictions contemplated by this article:
(1) 
Direct a ban between specific dates or between specific hours of a day.
(2) 
Direct an alternating ban based on odd/even days of the month and/or property addresses.
(3) 
Direct a ban of all outdoor use of water other than livestock watering.
(4) 
Direct a ban composed of combinations of the foregoing restrictions.
D. 
A ban on usage may or may not affect all water service areas. Specific bans may be placed upon individual service areas.
E. 
Penalties. Penalties shall be as set forth in § 1-3.
F. 
Separate violations. Each act of violation, and every day upon which a violation occurs or continues, constitutes a separate offense.