Town of Haddam, CT
Middlesex County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Haddam as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES

Building construction — See Ch. 52.

Zoning — See Ch. 270.

Subdivision regulations — See Ch. 302.

ARTICLE I
Subsurface Disposal Systems (§ 202-1 — § 202-6) 

[Adopted 1-31-1973; effective 2-5-1973]

§ 202-1
Application for permit. 

§ 202-2
Plot plan required; required information. 

§ 202-3
Approval of sewage disposal system required prior to construction. 

§ 202-4
Application fee; on-site inspection. 

§ 202-5
Penalties for offenses. 

§ 202-6
Deadline for action on permit application. 

Application for a soil percolation test permit shall be made with the Town Director of Health for each subsurface sewage disposal system in writing on forms prescribed by the Town Director of Health.

A plot plan shall be submitted to the Town Director of Health for every subsurface sewage disposal system, and every plan shall include all pertinent information as to basis of design, soil condition, groundwater and ledge rock elevations, property lines, building locations, watercourses, groundwater and surface water drains, nearby wells, water service lines and reserve areas for leaching systems.

No construction of any dwelling, apartment, boardinghouse, hotel, or commercial facility shall be permitted in the Town of Haddam unless sewage disposal system plans have been approved by the local Director of Health or his authorized agent.

An application fee of $25 for each subsurface sewage disposal system shall accompany the application for a soil percolation test permit. All plans for subsurface disposal systems shall be inspected on site, and all percolation tests shall be observed or performed by the Town Director of Health or his authorized agent. Payment shall be made by check and payable to the Town of Haddam.

Any person who violates any of the above shall be fined not more than $100.

The Town Health Director must act upon the application within two weeks.