Village of Great Neck Estates, NY
Nassau County
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Detailed plans and specifications of proposed plumbing and drainage installations must be filed in duplicate in the Village office by the owner or his properly authorized agent for approval by the Plumbing Inspector along with such other information as may be required by the Plumbing Inspector. Such plans, which shall consist of ink drawings or paper prints, must be drawn to scale and shall include such floor plans and sections as may be required by the Plumbing Inspector in order to show clearly all the plumbing work to be installed and the proposed method of ventilating.
No work on plumbing or drainage installations shall be commenced until the detailed drawings and specifications which are required to be filed under the preceding section shall have been approved by the Plumbing Inspector or such other agent as may be appointed by the Board of Trustees for that purpose.
Subsequent to the filing of the plans and specifications, no modification or amendment shall be permitted unless amended plans and specifications therefor are submitted to and approved by the Plumbing Inspector.
All plumbing and drainage installations must be made in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Board of Trustees, the Plumbing Inspector or such other duly authorized agent as may be designated by the said Board.
Plans and specifications shall not be required for repairs or alterations to plumbing or drainage systems in cases where such repairs or alterations do not provide for the installation of vertical or horizontal soil, waste or vent pipes.
Before work is started on any repairs or alterations to plumbing or drainage systems, notice thereof shall be filed with the Plumbing Inspector. Unless otherwise regulated by the provisions of this chapter, such repairs and alterations shall be made in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Board of Trustees or the Plumbing Inspector.
Plans and specifications for repairs or alterations to be made pursuant to an order or requirement of the Board of Health must be filed with the Plumbing Inspector for approval, except in cases where the repairs or alterations do not involve the installation of vertical and horizontal lines of soil, waste, vent or leader pipes.
All materials used in connection with the repairs and alterations must be equal in quality to the materials included in the plumbing or drainage system in the building in which such repairs or alterations are to be made. In cases where existing soil, waste or vent lines have been damaged by fire or other causes to an extent of 50% or more of their entire length, such lines must be replaced in accordance with the rules and regulations governing the installation of new lines.
No plumbing or drainage work shall be commenced until the plumber who is to do the work shall sign the specifications and make affidavit that he is duly authorized to proceed with the work. Such affidavit must be in the form prescribed by the Village.
Not more than 10 houses shall be constructed pursuant to one set of plans and specifications and then only when such houses are on adjoining lots and the plumbing therein is exactly alike.
Written notice must be given to the Plumbing Inspector when any work is commenced and at such times as the work is ready for inspection. All requests for inspections shall be made at least 24 hours in advance.
Applications for water connections must be made to the water district or company, and copies thereof shall be filed at the Village office. All fees shall be paid at the time of filing the application, and the necessary information as called for on the application shall be filled in before water service connections shall be made and before a permit shall be issued for such connection.