The provisions, rules, and regulations pertaining to new sewers, sewer extensions, or sewer replacements, as contained in Article IV, Sections 125-12 through 125-25, of the WCWSA Sewer Use Rules are adopted and incorporated by reference as if fully set forth herein.
All contractors engaged in connecting house laterals with sanitary sewers who perform any work within the right-of-way of any highway shall file a bond in the amount of $5,000 with the Town Clerk to indemnify the Town against loss, cost, damage or expense sustained or recovered on account of any negligence, omission or act of the applicant for such a permit, or any of his, or their agents arising or resulting directly or indirectly by reason of such permit or consent, or of any act, construction or excavation done, made or permitted under authority of such permit or consent. All bonds shall contain a clause that permits given by the Town Board may be revoked at any time for just cause.
Before commencing work, the above contractor shall file insurance certificates with the Town Clerk for the following:
Workers' compensation and employer's liability insurance as required by the laws of the state covering the contractor;
Personal injury liability having limits of not less than $500,000 each occurrence and $500,000 aggregate (completed operations/products, personal injury);
Property damage liability having limits of not less than $500,000 for all damages arising during the life of the contract and shall include, but not be limited to, the following designated hazards:
Business excess liability insurance in the amount of $2,000,000.
All insurance policies must provide for five business days' notice to the Town before cancellation and must cover all liabilities of the Town and be in a form approved by the Town Board and be in a satisfactory form approved by the Town Board.
The minimum insurance limits stated above shall be subject to periodic review by the Town Board and adjustments made, by resolution, as appropriate.
Where it is necessary to enter upon or excavate any highway or cut any pavement, sidewalk or curbing, permission must be obtained from the Superintendent of Highways if a Town Highway is involved, from the County Department of Public Works if a County Highway is involved, and/or the New York State Department of Transportation if a State Highway is involved.
The minimum insurance limits above shall be as established by the Town Board and shall be subject to periodic review and adjustment, as appropriate, by the Town Board.