[CC 1979 §21.830]
Appointment. The Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Board of Aldermen, at the first (1st) meeting of the Board in each fiscal year shall appoint a suitable person as the Supervisor of Public Works who shall hold office for one (1) year and until his/her successor is appointed and qualified.
Duties And Responsibilities.
It shall be his/her duty to oversee the waterworks and sewage system of the City. When his/her duties are outlined, it means that he/she or some competent individual under his/her supervision will carry out the duties.
The Supervisor will be responsible to look after all the machinery and pumps of the wells, or pumping station of the waterworks, to operate the pumps, keep the same clean and in good working order, to see that necessary repairs are made to any part of the machinery, to flush the hydrants from time to time, and to examine and see that each and every part of the machinery is constantly kept in good working order, and to see that the water tower(s) are kept well filled with water and not less than one-half (½) the full capacity of the tank, and also to keep the tank clean. It shall also be his/her duty to turn on and shut off the water, to superintend the extension of mains and keep in repair the entire system of waterworks and sewer mains. He/she shall read and record reading of meter at each pump each month. Further, he/she shall see that the provisions of the waterworks ordinances are observed by all persons and report to the Public Utility Board and the City Board at their next meeting any violation by any person of the provision of such ordinances.
He/she shall be responsible for the setting and numbering of each water meter. All such water meters needing repairs shall be repaired by the Supervisor of Public Works or his/her designee.
[CC 1979 §21.840]
It shall be his/her duty to recommend to the Public Works Board and the City Board and to formulate rules anal regulations governing the construction materials and installation of water service, pipes and connections and also of sewer pipes and connections prescribing the size, materials and installation of water service, pipes and connections, and also of sewer pipes and connections prescribing the size, materials, connections, ventilation, trapping and inspection and everything necessary to sanitary plumbing which shall be approved by the City Board, and when so approved shall be binding upon all plumbers and contractors doing any such work.
[CC 1979 §21.850]
No contractor shall be allowed to make any connection with the water or sewer system.
[CC 1979 §21.860]
It shall be unlawful for the Public Works Supervisor to be or to become directly or indirectly interested in any way in the plumbing business or in any contract for such work.