ORDINANCE NO. 2013-01
CITY OF LORETTO, HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER IV BUILDING, PLATTING AND ZONING
OF THE LORETTO CITY CODE AND ADDING SECTION 412:35
DISCHARGE OF SURFACE WATERS PROHIBITED
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LORETTO DOES ORDAIN:
SECTION 1. Chapter IV of the Loretto City Code is hereby amended by adding a new section 412:35 Discharge of Surface Waters Prohibited and the underlined language as shown below:
Section 412:35 DISCHARGE OF SURFACE WATERS PROHIBITED
Subdivision. 1. Generally. It shall be unlawful to discharge or cause to be discharged into the city sanitary sewer system, either directly or indirectly, any storm water from roofs, paved areas, yards, courtyards, area drains, or subsoil drains.
Subd. 2. Subsoil Drain. Where subsoil drains are placed under the cellar or basement floor or are used to surround the outer walls of a building, they shall be made of open jointed or horizontally split or perforated clay tile or cement tile not less than 4 inches in diameter. They shall be a part of the building storm drain or be discharged into a properly designed sump.
Subd. 3. Building Subdrains. Building subdrains located below the public storm sewer level shall be discharged into a sump or receiving tank. The sump shall be constructed substantially in compliance with plans and specifications on file with the City and the contents of the sump shall be automatically lifted and discharged to the outside of the building. The contents of the sump shall not be discharged directly into the street.
Subd. 4. Air Conditioning Discharge. No water shall be discharged from any air conditioning unit or system either directly or indirectly into the city sanitary sewer system.
SECTION 2. This ordinance becomes effective from and after its passage and publication in accordance with law.
Adopted by the Loretto City Council this 13th day of August 2013
x Girk, Cari
x Koch, Kent
x Neumann, John
x Pedersen, Tom
x Pepin, Henry
/s/ Kent Koch, Mayor
/s/ Travis Rosin, City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 2, 2013.