[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Larksville as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Sewers — See Ch. 400.
[Adopted 8-30-1978 by Ord. No. 5-1978 (Ch. 51 of the 1987 Code)]
For the purpose of constructing and extending, installing, maintaining, safeguarding or repairing its sewer facilities in the Borough of Larksville, the Borough Sewer Authority of the Borough of Larksville (the "Authority") is authorized to enter in, under and upon any and all streets or other ways now or hereafter in public use within the Borough, subject, however, to the following conditions:
The Authority shall cause as little inconvenience to the public in the use of such streets and ways as may be reasonably possible and shall comply with the reasonable requirements of the Borough Council in such regard.
Upon completion of any work, the Authority shall restore such streets and ways as nearly as may be possible to the conditions prevailing before the work began and in conformity with the prevailing paving and street ordinances of Larksville Borough.
The Authority shall indemnify the Borough and its Borough Council against all loss and expense by reason of injury to persons or damage to property resulting from operations of the Authority in such streets and ways or the maintenance of its facilities thereunder and, upon request of the Borough Council, shall obtain insurance in reasonable amounts covering such risks.
Editor's Note: On 6-7-1971, the Borough Council adopted Res. No. 4-1971, creating the Sewer Authority for the Borough of Larksville and making appointments to the Board conducting the business of the Authority, and providing for their terms of office to be set by resolution. The complete text of Res. No. 4-1971 is on file in the office of the Borough Secretary.
The aforesaid Authority is hereby granted the right and easement to construct and maintain its sewer facilities under any and all streets or other ways now or hereafter in public use within this Borough.