Borough of Chester, NJ
Morris County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Chester by Ord. No. 98-15. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fees — See Ch. 127.
Article I Public Water System

§ 192-1 Establishment.

§ 192-2 Definitions.

Article II Regulations for the Public Water System

§ 192-3 Application for extensions.

§ 192-4 Control of mains and pipes.

§ 192-5 Application for introduction or change of water supply.

§ 192-6 Special provisions for obtaining water service.

§ 192-7 Inspection requirements.

§ 192-8 Installation guidelines.

§ 192-9 Valves.

§ 192-10 Permit fees.

§ 192-11 Division of responsibility and ownership.

§ 192-12 Water meter pits.

§ 192-13 Multiple service; master meter.

§ 192-14 Changing of nonconforming existing installations.

§ 192-15 Determination of water consumption.

§ 192-16 Shutoff and reinstallation.

§ 192-17 Provision for meters.

§ 192-18 Use of water; care of pipes and fixtures; shutoff.

§ 192-19 Billing and collecting.

§ 192-20 Water rates.

§ 192-21 Use of water from hydrants; penalties.

§ 192-22 Lawn watering systems.

§ 192-23 Emergency water system repair on private property.

Article III Public Sewer System

§ 192-24 Establishment.

§ 192-25 Definitions.

§ 192-26 Prohibitions.

§ 192-27 Specific prohibitions.

§ 192-28 Connections.

§ 192-29 Inspection, testing and maintenance.

§ 192-30 Violations and penalties.

§ 192-31 Discontinuance and restoration of service.

§ 192-32 Liens.

§ 192-33 User charges.

§ 192-34 Authority and powers.

§ 192-34.1 Change of building use.

§ 192-34.2 Discharge of sump pumps or other water prohibited.

Article IV Emergency Water Ban

§ 192-35 Power to proclaim emergency water ban.

§ 192-36 Effect of ban.

§ 192-37 Use of hydrants.

§ 192-38 Violations and penalties.

§ 192-39 Notification.

Article V Rules and Regulations Governing the Allocation of Gallonage

§ 192-40 Introduction.

§ 192-41 Purpose.

§ 192-42 Guidelines and requirements for allocation of capacity for all users.

§ 192-43 Allocation and utilization of gallonage.

§ 192-44 Reserved amounts of gallonage within categories.

§ 192-45 Capacity allocation and adequacy of conveyance systems.

§ 192-46 Revocation and recapture of allocated gallonage.

Article VI Reservation of Gallonage Within Borough Facilities

§ 192-47 Reservation of gallonage; payment of reservation fees.

Article VII Failure to Pay Reservation Fees

§ 192-48 Failure to pay; Table of Fees.

Article VIII Granting of Increase to Maximum Gallonage Allocation

§ 192-49 Increase in level of maximum gallonage allocated.

Article IX Time to Use Allocated Capacity

§ 192-50 Previously allocated capacity.

§ 192-51 Newly allocated capacity.

Article X Waiting List for Allocation of Capacity

§ 192-52 Policy.

§ 192-53 Creation and maintenance of waiting list.

§ 192-54 Allocation to the waiting list.

Article XI Sewer Connection Fees

§ 192-55 Annual calculation of connection fees.

Article XII Connection to Water System

§ 192-56 Purpose.

§ 192-57 Properties affected.

§ 192-58 Time to connect.

§ 192-59 Voluntary connection.

Article XIII Abandonment of Wells

§ 192-60 Purpose.

§ 192-61 Applicability.

§ 192-62 Definitions.

§ 192-63 Abandonment.

§ 192-64 Well operation permit.

§ 192-65 Abandonment procedures.

Article XIV Improper Disposal of Waste

§ 192-66 Purpose.

§ 192-67 Definitions.

§ 192-68 Prohibited conduct.

§ 192-69 Exceptions to prohibition.

§ 192-70 Enforcement.

§ 192-71 Violations and penalties.

Article XV Illicit Connection

§ 192-72 Purpose.

§ 192-73 Definitions.

§ 192-74 Prohibited conduct.

§ 192-75 Enforcement.

§ 192-76 Violations and penalties.

Article XVI Yard Waste Collection Program

§ 192-77 Purpose.

§ 192-78 Definitions.

§ 192-79 Yard waste collection.

§ 192-80 Enforcement.

§ 192-81 Violations and penalties.