City of El Paso, IL
Woodford County
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It is found, determined and declared necessary for the best interest of this City that the existing waterworks system of the City and the sanitary sewerage system of the City be combined into a single utility to be known and designated as the "combined waterworks and sewerage system of the City."
All property, real, personal, and mixed, comprising the now existing waterworks system and the sanitary sewerage system as fully described in the ordinance codified in this chapter, is found, determined and declared to constitute the properties of the combined waterworks and sewerage system of the City.
[Amended 1986 by Ord. No. 596; 1986 by Ord. No. 601; 2-6-2017 by Ord. No. 994]
The Sewer and Water Committee is vested with full and complete power to make such rules and regulation as it deems necessary and proper for the efficient and effective operation of the City's combined waterworks and sewerage system except insofar as that power is regulated and controlled by this code or as the Council may hereafter provide. The Council and the Sewer and Water Committee shall supervise and direct the Director of Public Service in the performance of his duties in regard to the combined waterworks and sewerage system.