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Ord 029-2003 4/1/2003ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, AMENDING PART II OF THE WICHITA FALLS CODE OF ORDINANCES, AT CHAPTER 106, UTILITIES, ARTICLE X, TO PROVIDE FOR FEES, RATES AND CHARGES FOR GREASE INTERCEPTORS, INSTALLATION AND DISPOSAL OF WASTE; PROVIDING A REPEALER CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE; FINDING AND DETERMINING THAT THE MEETING AT WHICH THIS ORDINANCE WAS PASSED WAS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AS REQUIRED BY LAW. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, THAT: SECTION 1. Part II of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended at Chapter 106, Utilities, Article X, Grease Interceptors, Installation and Disposal of Waste by the addition of certain sections, which shall read as follows: "Sec. 106 -1027. Grease Trap Permit fees. (a) Grease Trap permit fees shall be fixed according to the following schedule: (1) All Grease Generators ... $50.00 (b) The rates in subsection (a) of this section are for a permit issued for a period of one year. The Control Authority may prorate the amounts for permits with shorter durations, or, for initial permits only, may increase the amounts by the appropriate factor for a slightly longer period. Unless otherwise designated on the permit, all permits issued will expire on the same date as the establishment's Food Permit, issued by the Wichita Falls- Wichita County Public Health District's Environmental Health Division. If the grease generator does not possess a Food Permit, -the permit will expire on a date determined by the Control Authority, but under no circumstances will a grease generator permit be issued for a period to exceed one year. Sec. 106 -1028. Abnormal sewage surcharge. (a) Abnormal sewage shall be defined as sewage containing BOD and /or TSS in concentrations greater than 300 mg /l and /or fats, oils and grease in concentrations greater than 100 mg /i. (b) Any industrial user whose discharge contains abnormal sewage shall be subject to a monthly sewage surcharge payable to the City's utility collections division. The surcharge shall be in addition to monthly sewer service charges. Monthly surcharges shall stay in effect until such time as the industrial user demonstrates that it has reduced the abnormality. The reduction must be attained in accordance with section 106 -822 and subdivision III, division 4 of Article VII. The surcharge shall be based on data determined by approved methods of the Environmental Protection Agency (see 40 CFR 136). This data shall be derived from all sampling done at least in the previous six -month period, but this period may be longer if deemed appropriate by the Control Authority. The Control Authority reserves the right to either increase or decrease the surcharge at any time to reflect additional data from sampling. (c) The surcharge for abnormal BOD shall be $0.075 per 100 cubic feet of water usage for each unit or fraction of 300 mg /l in excess of 300 mg /l. Any discharge of water or wastewater with a concentration of BOD more than five times the average 24 -hour concentration of normal operations of the industrial user shall be prohibited without the prior notification and specific permission of the Control Authority. (d) The surcharge for abnormal TSS shall be $0.075 per 100 cubic feet of water usage for each unit or fraction of 300 mg /I in excess of 300 mg /l. Any discharge of water or wastewater with a concentration of TSS more than five times the average 24 -hour concentration of normal operations of the industrial user shall be prohibited without the prior notification and specific permission of the Control Authority. (e) The surcharge for abnormal fats, oils and grease shall be $0.075 per 100 cubic feet of water usage for each unit or fraction of 200 mg /I in excess of 100 mg /I. Discharge of fats, oils and grease over 500 mg /I is prohibited. (f) Each surcharge shall be assessed separately. For sewage containing more than one abnormal constituent, the surcharges shall be added together. (g) This charge shall be reviewed annually by the Control Authority who may recommend to the city council adjustments as necessary to reflect true costs to the city. Sec. 106 -1029. Pretreatment charges and fees. The city may adopt reasonable fees for reimbursement of costs of setting up and operating the city's pretreatment program, which may include the following: (a) Fees for wastewater discharge permit applications, including the cost of processing such applications. (b) Fees for monitoring, inspection, and surveillance procedures, including the cost of collection and analyzing a user's discharge, and reviewing monitoring reports submitted by users. (c) Fees for reviewing and responding to accidental discharge procedures and construction. (d) Fees for filing appeals. (e) Surcharges for BOD and TSS above the value of 300 mg /I, and fats, oils and grease above 100 mg /I. (f) Other fees as the city may deem necessary to carry out the requirements contained in this article. These fees relate solely to the matters covered by this article and are separate from all other fees, fines, and penalties chargeable by the city. Secs. 106 - 1030 -- 106 -1050. Reserved." SECTION 2. It is the intention of the City Council of the City of Wichita Falls, Texas, that the provisions of this ordinance shall become a part of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Wichita Falls, Texas, and that sections of this ordinance may be renumbered or relettered to accomplish such intention. SECTION 3. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. SECTION 4. Should any word, phrase, paragraph, section or portion of this ordinance or the Code of Ordinances, as amended hereby, be held to be void or unconstitutional, the same shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of said ordinance or the Code of Ordinances, as amended hereby, which shall remain in full force and effect. SECTION 5. It is hereby officially found and determined that the meeting at which this ordinance was passed was open to the public as required by law. PASSED AND APPROVED this the day of April 2003. ATT[=CT- MAYOR Affidavit of Publication OORDINANCE RDINANCE AME NO.24-D- THE STATE OF TEXAS #1665881 ING SECTION 6500,AC- C E S S O R Y USE COUNTY OF WICHITA REGULATIONS OF AP- PENDIX B,ZONING OR- DINANCE. ORDINANCE NO.27.2003 C TYIC UNCIL OF THE NANCE OF THE On this 15th day of April, 2003 A D... CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority AMENDING APPENDIX B OF THE ZONING OR- Kathy Salan, Sales Assistant for the Times Publishing DINANCE AT SECTION 1060, ENFORCEMENT, Companyof Wichita Falls, publishers of the Wichita Falls LEGAL PROCEDURE AND PENALTIES ORDINANCENO.29-2003 Times/Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF Wichita County, Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, oath states that the attached advertisement is a true and AMENDING PART II OF THE WICHITA FALLS CODE OF ORDINANC- correct copy of advertising published in One\(1) issues hereof ES,AT CHAPTER 106, UTILITIES,ARTICLE X, on the following dates: TO PROVIDE FOR FEES, RATES AND CHARGES FOR GREASE INTERCEP- TORS, INSTALLATION April 13, 2003 AND DISPOSAL OF WASTE; PROVIDING A REPEALER CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR IN- CLUSION IN THE CODE ,(�J�� CITY ORDINANCE L THE / G ��/W 1 Jae-e-1 2003 ORDINANCE OF THE // CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, - AMENDING APPENDIX A,COMPREHENSIVE SUBDIVISION REGULA- Sales Assistant for Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls TIONS,OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; AMENDING CHAPTER OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES bscribed and sworn to before me this the day and year first above written: • +...+.w. 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