RESOLUTION # 16-04

RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT AMENDING THE CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL PROGRAM - RESOLUTION 10-05


WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT (hereinafter referred to as the "Board") is empowered to construct, operate and maintain a Water and Sewer System (the "System") as described in Florida Statute Chapter 78-494, Laws of Florida, which was amended by chapters 93-366, 94-489, and 95-492, Laws of Florida, was codified, reenacted, amended, and repealed as Chapter No. 98-495, was amended in Chapter 2005- 298; and was amended in Chapter 2015-205; and


WHEREAS, the Board is authorized and empowered to make rules and regulations for its own government and proceedings; and


WHEREAS, the Board met, reviewed, and amended rules for the Cross Connection Control Program – Resolution 10-05 -during a publicly advertised meeting on December 16, 2015;


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER

DISTRICT, in public meeting assembled that the following Rules be adopted and recognized as Resolution 16-04:

AMENDING SECTION 4.2 OF RESOLUTION 10-05


4.2 Existing Services With Cross-Connection Control Devices The District shall notify all property owners that have existing Cross-Connection Control Devices at the water meter in writing of the District’s policy established by this Resolution to own, operate, and maintain RPBA’s. The notification shall also state that the District shall inspect and test all existing cross- connection control devices which existed prior to the effective date of this Resolution to verify that they are RPBA devices in good working order. If the RPBA is found to be in good working order, then the RPBA will become the property of the District, with the exception of facilities owned by Collier County and the Collier County School Board commercial customers who have not been tested and accepted as of 01/01/2016. Collier County and the Collier County School Board will continue to own, operate, and maintain RPBA devices for its facilities. Commercial users, Collier County and the Collier County School Board will continue to be required to furnish the District with copies of certified inspection, testing, and repair reports.


Immokalee Water & Sewer District


PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED by the Board of Commissioners of the IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT, this 15th day of December 2015.


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS IMMOKALEE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT


BY: BY:

Joseph Brister Bonnie Keen

Chairperson Secretary