Town of Bethel, CT
Fairfield County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by Town Meeting of the Town of Bethel 10-4-1966; amended in its entirety 12-1-1979. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Sewage — See Ch. 86.
Private sewage disposal — See Ch. 88.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 95.

§ 90-1 Procedure prior to construction of sewer lines.

A. 
The following procedure shall be followed prior to construction of sewer lines in any planned subdivision or planned building group:
(1) 
Designating on blueprints the exact invert elevations, location and depth of existing sewer lines and manholes to which the proposed subdivision or planned building group sewer will be connected, together with depth, invert elevation point of connection and method to be used in connecting to existing manhole.
(2) 
Certifying that the proposed sewer line will serve basement facilities, proposed new houses or other residential living units.
(3) 
Approval in writing from the Connecticut State Health Department after the above requirements have been incorporated into the proposed plans.
B. 
The above requirements must be complied with by any developer of subdivisions or planned building groups within the Sewer District of the Town of Bethel, and no building permits shall be issued to any building groups in said district until these requirements have been met.

§ 90-2 Sewer benefit charges.

Sewer benefit charges in planned subdivisions or planned building groups within a sewer district shall be as follows: A charge of $250 per residential living unit in all future planned subdivisions or planned building groups within the Sewer District of the Town of Bethel will be paid by any and all contractors. Checks will be made payable to the Town of Bethel as a means of apportioning the cost of sewage facilities when these new subdivisions or planned building groups are connected to the public sewer systems of the Town of Bethel.