[Ord. No. 12-5 §700.010, 6-11-2012]
It is hereby found, determined and declared to be for the public health, safety, welfare and benefit of the City of Hallsville, Missouri, and its inhabitants that the existing water works of said City and the existing sanitary sewerage system and all future improvements and extensions thereto be combined and that they shall thenceforth be operated and maintained as a combined water works and sewerage system.
[Ord. No. 12-5 §700.020, 6-11-2012]
The water works of the City of Hallsville, Missouri, and the sanitary sewerage system and all future improvements and extensions thereto, whether to the water works or to the sewerage system or to both, shall be and the same are combined, and it is hereby declared that said water works and said sewerage system, and all future improvements and extensions thereto as aforesaid, thenceforth be operated and maintained as a combined water works and sewerage system.
[Ord. No. 316 §§1 — 4, 12-14-2015]
Any new or reconstructed water service line and sewer lateral pipe (gravity and forced main) that is installed and connected to the water and sewer system will be required to have tracer wire and an access point installed.
The access point shall be an approved protective enclosure designed for such purpose. All gravity sewer lines should have a sewer cleanout installed. All protective enclosures and sewer cleanouts shall be extended to grade and installed for easy accessibility.
Tracer wire will be placed within the protective enclosure to provide the approximate location of the water service line or sewer lateral pipe. Tracer wire should be 12 gauge. Water service lines tracer wire should be blue and sewer laterals should be green.
Any water service line or sewer lateral pipe that does not have tracer wire or an access point will not be allowed to tap into the City's system. All water and sewer taps shall be made in accordance with Missouri Department of Natural Resources guidelines.