[Amended 4-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-005; 10-7-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-033]
Private well drilling for potable water use is herewith prohibited within the boundaries of the Brown County Sewer Service Area within the boundaries of the Ledgeview Sanitary District No. 2. The boundaries of the Brown County Sewer Service Area within the Ledgeview Sanitary District No. 2 are identified on the map attached hereto and made part of this article as Exhibit A, except as follows.
The drilling of new private wells for nonpotable water use, such as filling of ponds or sprinkling uses, may be permitted on a case-by-case basis. Such well shall only be permitted after prior notification of the Central Brown County Water Authority and approval of same. Further, such private wells shall not result in the discharge of water into the municipal water system or sanitary sewer system.
The drilling of new wells for potable water use may be permitted under the same conditions as set forth in Subsection A, above, to serve homes existing on October 7, 2009, have a present and immediate need to replace potable water service provided from an existing private well and which are not within reasonable proximity of existing service extensions. Private wells installed under this exception shall be discontinued when service is extended to serve the property unless an exemption is granted under Subsection A, above.
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is included at the end of this chapter.
Any person who shall violate this article shall, upon conviction of such violation, be subject to a penalty of a civil forfeiture of not less than $200 nor more than $500, together with the costs of prosecution. Any default of such forfeiture or conviction determined by a court of competent jurisdiction shall be subject to any penalties as provided in W.S.A. ss. 66.115, 66.117, 66.119 and 66.12, as may be amended.
Editor's Note: Former § 66.115, Wis. Stats. was renumbered 66.0109 and amended by 1999 Act 150, § 272, effective 1-1-2001.
Editor's Note: Former § 66.117 was renumbered 66.0115 by 1999 Act 150, § 273, effective 1-1-2001.
Editor's Note: Former § 66.119 was renumbered 66.0113 and amended by 1999 Act 150, §§ 274 to 277, effective 1-1-2001.
Editor's Note: Former § 66.12 was renumbered 66.0114, except for Subsection (1)(d), which was repealed, by 1999 Act 150, §§ 278 to 283, effective 1-1-2001.
Each violation and each day a violation continues or occurs shall constitute a separate offense. Nothing in this chapter shall preclude the District from maintaining any appropriate Circuit Court action to prevent or remove a violation of this article.