City of Seymour, MO
Webster County
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[Code 1999 §700.010; CC 1979 §160.610; Ord. No. 332 §1, 2-14-1980]
The following special provisions shall be made a matter of public policy for all multi-unit residential housing constructed with governmental assistance. This shall apply to both low income housing and senior citizen housing.
[Code 1999 §700.020; CC 1979 §160.611; Ord. No. 332 §1, 2-14-1980]
Only one (1) water meter shall be required to be installed per (family) architectural unit. A water meter shall be installed for each residential (family) architectural unit, however, the readings from all meters in the multi-unit residential housing development shall be figured as one (1) bill, with one (1) minimum usage applied, and one (1) bill for the total amount of water consumed shall be sent to the manager of the multi-unit residential housing development for the entire water usage of the development.
[Code 1999 §700.050; CC 1979 §160.614; Ord. No. 332 §1, 2-14-1980]
The sewer use charge for a multi-unit residential housing development constructed with governmental assistance shall be the same as all other residential units in the City, however, it shall be billed as one (1) bill to the owner or manager of said development.
[Code 1999 §700.060; CC 1979 §160.615; Ord. No. 332 §1, 2-14-1980]
The charge for solid waste disposal service and pickup for multi-unit residential housing development constructed with governmental assistance shall be the same as all other residential units in the City, but shall be billed as one (1) bill to the owner or manager of said multi-unit residential housing development.
[Ord. No. 703 §1, 11-26-2013]
A. 
Between the dates of November 1 and March 31, discontinuance of gas and electric service to all residential users, including all residential tenants of apartment buildings, for non-payment of bills where gas or electricity is used as the source of space heating or to control or operate the only space heating equipment at the residence is prohibited:
1. 
On any day when the National Weather Service local forecast between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 A.M., for the following twenty-four (24) hours, predicts that the temperature will drop below thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit (32°F.); or
2. 
On any day when utility personnel will not be available to reconnect utility service during the immediately succeeding day(s) (period of unavailability) and the National Weather Service local forecast between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 A.M. predicts that the temperature during the period of unavailability will drop below thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit (32°F.).
[Ord. No. 703 §2, 11-26-2013]
A. 
For purposes of this Section, the hot weather rule shall mean the period of time from June 1 to September 30, in which the discontinuance of gas and electric service to all residential users, including all residential tenants of apartment buildings, for non-payment of bills where gas or electricity is used as the source of cooling or to operate the only cooling equipment at the residence is prohibited in the following situations:
1. 
On any day when the National Weather Service local forecast between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. for the following twenty-four (24) hours predicts that the temperature shall rise above ninety-five degrees Fahrenheit (95°F.) or that the heat index shall rise above one hundred five degrees Fahrenheit (105°F.);
2. 
On any day when utility personnel are not available to reconnect utility service during the immediately succeeding day or days and the National Weather Service local forecast between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. predicts that the temperature during the period of unavailability shall rise above ninety-five degrees Fahrenheit (95°F.) or that the heat index shall rise above one hundred five degrees Fahrenheit (105°F.)