13.15.100 Inspection of exempted systems.
All owners of private wastewater disposal systems exempted under this section shall submit to inspection by the Grant County Health District. When a property is served by an existing private wastewater disposal system, connection to the public sanitary sewer system will be required to ensure protection of the environment and/or public health and safety when any of the following occurs:
(1) The private wastewater disposal system is found to be in failing condition as determined by the Grant County Health District; or
(2) The private wastewater disposal system is found to be inadequate for the proposed or existing use of the property as determined by the Grant County Health District.
(3) The owner of a property served by a private wastewater disposal system denied a permit application to repair or replace the existing private wastewater disposal system shall have the right to file an appeal with the city clerk within 14 calendar days after the decision by the Grant County Health District which shall be heard by the city’s hearing examiner in accordance with Chapter 2.35 ECMC for review of such determination, which review shall be in accordance with RCW 35A.21.390. Appeals shall be subject to an administrative appeal fee in accordance with ECMC 2.35.110. Pursuant to RCW 35A.21.390(5), a final determination by the city’s hearing examiner shall not be subject to further appeal.
(4) Abandonment of any private wastewater disposal system shall be in accordance with WAC 246-272A-0300 as now enacted or hereafter amended. (Ord. 524 § 1, 2017)