Town of Agawam, MA
Hampden County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Agawam 7-1-1974. Amendments noted where applicable.]]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 155.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 159.
Zoning — See Ch. 180.
Article I General Provisions

§ 175-1 Definitions and word usage.

§ 175-2 Notification of spills to public storm drain system (MS4).

§ 175-3 Repair and replacement of water mains by Town.

§ 175-4 Water bills to become a lien.

§ 175-5 Power of Town to maintain and protect water supply.

§ 175-6 Power of Town to construct and maintain certain appurtenances.

§ 175-7 Registration of land procured.

§ 175-8 Payment of damages.

§ 175-9 Establishment of rates.

Article II Assessments for Sewers and Drains

§ 175-10 Calculation and method of assessment.

§ 175-11 Portion of cost to be paid by Town.

§ 175-12 Payment of assessments and charges required.

§ 175-13 Method of payment; apportionment.

§ 175-14 Abatements and redetermination.

§ 175-15 Extensions and deferrals.

Article III Assessments for Water System Expansion

§ 175-16 Pressure improvement systems required.

§ 175-17 Method of assessment.

§ 175-18 Determination of assessment.

§ 175-19 Payment; special account.

§ 175-20 Abatements and redetermination.

§ 175-21 Exemptions, extensions and deferrals.

Article IV Sanitary Sewers, Storm Drains and Connections

§ 175-22 Sewer and storm drain permit applicability.

§ 175-23 Sewer and storm drain installation fees.

§ 175-24 Separate building sewer required; exception.

§ 175-25 Use of old building sewers.

§ 175-26 Sanitary service connection and building sewer connection layout and material requirements.

§ 175-27 Building sewer connection elevation.

§ 175-28 Surface or ground water runoff connections to sanitary system prohibited.

§ 175-29 Sewer connections to conform to certain requirements.

§ 175-30 Sewer and storm drain permit application; supervision of connection.

§ 175-31 Guarding of excavations; restoration of disturbed property.

§ 175-32 Schedule of entrance fees.

§ 175-33 Installation and connection costs.

§ 175-34 Status of private sewers connected to public sewers.

§ 175-35 Stormwater management plan.

Article V Use of Public Sanitary Sewers and Storm Drains

§ 175-36 Illicit discharges and connections.

§ 175-37 Discharge of unpolluted drainage.

§ 175-38 Prohibited discharges.

§ 175-39 Discharge of harmful substances.

§ 175-40 Powers of Superintendent regarding discharge of deleterious substances.

§ 175-41 Grease, oil and sand interceptors.

§ 175-42 Maintenance of flow-equalizing facilities.

§ 175-43 Control manhole.

§ 175-44 Measurements, tests and analyses.

§ 175-45 Industrial wastes of unusual strength.

§ 175-46 Septic tank solids.

§ 175-47 Waters contaminated with silt and sediment.

Article VI Industrial Wastes

§ 175-48 Agreements for handling and treatment; charges.

§ 175-49 Industrial pretreatment program requirements.

Article VII Protection From Damage and Maintenance

§ 175-50 Damage to sewage works prohibited.

§ 175-51 Soil erosion and sediment control plan.

§ 175-52 Maintenance of surface storm drainage easements.

Article VIII Miscellaneous Provisions

§ 175-53 Power and authority of inspectors.

§ 175-54 Enforcement; violations and penalties.

§ 175-55 Liability for loss, damage and other expenses.

§ 175-56 Repealer.

§ 175-57 Severability.

§ 175-58 Licensing of contractors.

§ 175-59 When effective.

Article IX User Charge

§ 175-60 User charge in addition to other fees.

§ 175-61 Rates.

§ 175-62 Initial user charges.

§ 175-63 Authority to collect charges; deposit in Sewer Use Fund.

Article X Industrial Users

§ 175-64 Treatment agreements.

§ 175-65 Approval by Environmental Protection Agency required.

Article XI Backflow and Cross-Connection Regulations

§ 175-66 Authority and responsibility.

§ 175-67 Purpose.

§ 175-68 Installation of backflow prevention devices.

§ 175-69 Definitions.

§ 175-70 Water system components.

§ 175-71 Inspections; denial or discontinuance of service.

§ 175-72 Installation of backflow prevention devices.

§ 175-73 Routine testing.

§ 175-74 Existing nonconforming devices.

§ 175-75 Power of Department of Public Works.

§ 175-76 Application, permitting, testing and maintenance charges.

§ 175-77 Records and reports.