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VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE

SEWER USER CHARGES

ORDINANCE 3-10-2016B

EXHIBIT A

EFFECTIVE 1-1-2017

 

Council Member Hartwell, seconded by Council Member Zoerman, moved the adoption of the following ordinance:

 

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE ORDINANCE NO. 2-28-1980

EXHIBIT A, AS AMENDED, REGARDING SEWER USER CHARGES

 

THE VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE ORDAINS:

 

SECTION 1. Amendment of Ordinance No. 2-28-1980 Exhibit A.  That Village of Nashville Ordinance No. 2-28-1980 Exhibit A, as amended, is amended to read in its entirety as follows:

 

A.        O M & R CHARGE: 

 

(1)        Effective January 1, 2017, the O M & R charge shall be $5.30 per one thousand (1000) gallons of metered water use per month.

 

(2)        Effective January 1, 2017, for unmetered water customers, the O M & R charge shall be $22.00 per residential equivalent unit assigned to the premises per month. (Rate per 1000 gal x 4.15)

 

(3)        The charges provided for in this Section A shall be annually increased beginning on January 1, 2017, and each January 1 thereafter, by 5% of the immediately preceding monthly charge. No additional increase in charges shall be permitted without the approval of the Village Council.

 

B.         SURCHARGES:

 

For wastewater strengths exceeding normal strength sewage, as defined, the following surcharges shall be added as applicable:

 

(1)        BOD (in excess of 200 mg/1), $0.25 per excess pound.

(2)        Total suspended solids (in excess of 250 mg/1), $0.13 per excess pound.

 

C.         READINESS TO SERVE (RTS) AND SEWER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND (SCIF) CHARGES:

     Meter                   RTC                    SCIC                Total Monthly

Size of Meter   Equivalency     Monthly Charge      Monthly Charge      RTS Charge

Unmetered             1.0                    $14.00                  $4.00                    $18.00

5/8 x 3/4"                1.0                               $14.00                  $4.00                    $18.00

1"                            1.4                       $19.60              $5.60                    $25.20       

1 1/2"                      1.8                               $25.20                  $7.20                    $32.40       

2"                            2.9                               $40.60                 $11.60                   $52.20       

2 1/2"                      8.0                             $112.00                 $32.00                  $144.00      

3"                          11.0                     $154.00             $44.00                  $198.00

4"                          14.0                     $196.00                   $56.00                     $252.00         

SECTION 2.  Repealer.  All ordinance and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed insofar as the conflicting portions thereof are concerned.

 

SECTION 3.  Effective Date.   This Ordinance shall be published in accordance with state law and shall become effective twenty (20) days after its adoption or upon its publication, whichever occurs later.

 

PASSED and adopted by the Village Council of the Village of Nashville on March 10, 2016. 

 

YEAS: Hartwell, Felder, Zoerman, Courtney, Kenyon

 

NAYS: None

 

ABSENT: Coll, Fisher

            

Ordinance No. 3-10-2016B Exhibit A adopted.

 

 

Mike Kenyon, President

                                                           

Cathy Lentz, Village Clerk                                                      

 

 

 

I, Cathy Lentz, the Clerk for the Village of Nashville, Barry County, Michigan, hereby certify that the forgoing is a true and accurate copy of an ordinance adopted by the village Council of the Village of Nashville at a regular meeting held on 3-10-2016.

 

Cathy Lentz, Village Clerk

 

Adopted: 3-10-2016

Published: 3-19-2016

Effective: 1-1-2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESIDENTIAL EQUIVALENT UNITS*

ORDINANCE 12-12-2013

EXHIBIT B

 

Occupational Use - Residential Equivalent - Unit Multiplier

 

Single Family Residence - 1.0 - Per residence

Auto Dealers - New and/or Used - 0.5 - 0.50 per employee

Auto Repair/Collision - 1.0 - Per Premise plus 0.25 per 1,000 square feet of building including service area

Auto Wash (coin operated do it yourself 10 gal. or less per car) - 1.0 - Per stall

Auto Wash (mechanical - over 10 gal. per car-not recycled) - 10.0 -  Per stall or production line including approach and drying area

Auto Wash (mechanical - over 10 per car - recycled) - 5.0 - Per stall or production line including

approach and drying area

Banks and Savings & Loans Assoc - 0.5 - Per 1,000 square feet

Barber Shop - 1.0 - Per shop plus 0.1 per chair after 2

Bar and Restaurant - 0.05 - Per seat

Beauty Shop - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.1 per booth

Bowling Alley (no bar) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.2 per alley

Churches - 0.01 - Per seat

Cleaners (pickup only) - 1.0 - Per premise

Cleaners (cleaning & pressing facility) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.5 per 500 square feet

Clinics (medical & dental) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.5 per exam room

Convalescent or Boarding Homes - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.25 per bedroom

Convents - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.25 per bedroom

Country Clubs & Athletic Clubs - 1.5 - Per 1,000 sq. ft of clubhouse plus restaurant and bar

Drug Store - 1.0 - Per premise plus snack bar

Factories (exclusive of industrial works) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.25 per 1,000 sq ft of bld area

Funeral Home - 1.5 - Per 1,000 sq ft plus residence to be computed separately

Grocery Stores & Super Markets - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.48 per employee

Gym - 1.0 - Per premise

Home Occupations - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.48 per employee

Hospitals - 1.1 - Per bed

Hotels and Motels - 0.4 - Per bedroom plus restaurant & bar

Industrial works (processing - not wet process) - 0.05 - Per employee

Laundry (self serve) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.5 per washer

Mobile Homes (freestanding) - 1.0 - Per unit

Mobile Homes (parks or subdivisions) - 1.0 - Per pad or site at indirect connection plus laundry, community buildings & office

Multiple Family Residence duplex or row houses - 1.0 - Per dwelling unit

Multiple Family Residence apartments - 1.0 - Per dwelling unit

Professional Office - 0.40 - Per 1,000 square feet

Public Institutions - 0.75 - Per 1,000 square feet

Rooms where used less than 20 hours/week - 3.0 - Per 1,000 square feet

Schools

   no cafeteria, pool or showers - 1.0 - Per classroom

   cafeteria, showers and pool - 1.75 - Per classroom

   cafeteria, showers - 1.5 - Per classroom

   Bus garage - 0.25 - Per employee

Service Station - 1.5 - Per 1,000 square feet

Snack bars, Drive-in, etc. - 2.5 - Per 1,000 square feet

Retail Stores (other than listed) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.1 per 1,000  sq ft

Theater (drive-in) - 0.04 - Per car space

Theater - 0.04 - Per seat

Post office - 1.0 - Per 1,000 sq ft

Rooming houses (no meals) - 1.0 - Per premise plus 0.30 per bedroom

Swimming Pool (nonresidential) - 3.0 - Per 1,000 sq ft pool area

Warehouse and storage - 0.20 - Per 1,000 sq ft

Veterinary Facility - 1.5 - Per facility

Veterinary Facility with Kennel - 1.5 - Per facility plus 0.5 per five kennels

 

*Residential Equivalent Units shall be rounded to the nearest whole number.  The minimum equivalent unit assigned to any premise shall be 1.0.