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HomeMy WebLinkAboutChapter 20 - Plumbing City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 CHAPTER 20 PLUMBING 20-1 TITLE 20-2 STATE PLUMBING CODE 20-3 APPOINTMENT AND QUALIFICATIONS OF INSPECTOR 20-4 DUTIES OF INSPECTOR 20-5 AUTHORITY OF PLUMBING INSPECTOR 20-6 INTERFERENCE WITH INSPECTOR 20-7 CLAIMS AGAINST CITY 20-8 PLUMBING PERMITS,PLAN EXAMINATIONS AND APPROVAL 20-9 DELINQUENT FEES 20-10 NO PERMIT TO VIOLATORS 20-11 SERVICE BEYOND CITY LIMITS 20-12 CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL 20-13 LEAD SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT 20-14 PENALTIES City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 1 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 SECTION 20-1 TITLE Plumbing Code. SECTION 20-2 STATE PLUMBING CODE ADOPTED Except as otherwise specifically provided,the provisions of Chapter 145 of the Wisconsin Statutes and the Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapters SPS 381, 382, 383, 384, 385 and 386 and SPS 305 and all amendments thereto are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this chapter with the same force and effect as though set out herein in full. Failure to comply with any of the provisions of said statutes or code,whether subsequently amended or renumbered,shall constitute a violation of this section,punishable according to the penalties provided herein. SECTION 20-3 APPOINTMENT AND QUALIFICATIONS OF INSPECTOR (A) Appointment There is hereby created the position of Plumbing Inspector who shall be appointed by the City Manager, as authorized in Section 2-23. (B) Qualifications The Plumbing Inspector shall have at least ten(10) years of experience in plumbing,be a licensed plumber and have the necessary ability to supervise the installation of plumbing systems. He shall not be interested as a partner nor otherwise with any person or in any business dealing in plumber's supplies,fixtures or materials or carrying on the trade of plumbing. SECTION 20-4 DUTIES OF INSPECTOR (A) Generally Generally,it shall be the responsibility of the Plumbing Inspector to establish and carry out the city's program to enforce the requirements of Chapter 145,Wisconsin Statutes;Department of Safety and Professional Services code,and municipal plumbing code and relative laws. He shall also perform such other appropriate duties as may be prescribed by the City Manager. The Plumbing Inspector/Pretreatment Control Coordinator shall also be responsible to enforce the Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection NR 111.25 code. (B) Records The Plumbing Inspector shall keep a record of all plumbing permits and plan approvals. Each permit shall be regularly numbered in order of issue. The records shall show all inspections made, plans approved and fees collected. (C) Reports to City Manager The Plumbing Inspector shall file monthly and yearly reports with the City Manager showing the activities of his office. City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 2 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 (D) Monies Collected The Plumbing Inspector shall keep a record of all fees received for permits and plan approvals pursuant to provisions of this chapter. Monies collected shall be paid into the city treasury and be placed in the general fund. The comptroller shall keep an account of the same and make a report thereof once a year to the City Manager. (E) Reserved. (Repealed 05/07/12) (F) Sanitary and storm sewers serving private or public property which are removed from service shall be uncovered at the property line adjacent to the utility easement or to the right of way in which the sewer connects to a main and sealed against infiltration into the public sewer system. Existing sanitary or storm sewers serving private or public property that are going to be reactivated within one year and meet the plumbing code requirements may be temporarily sealed at any point on the property approved by the Plumbing Inspector. Sealing of Sewers shall be permitted and inspected before covering. A Building or Wrecking Permit will not be issued until the sewer is sealed. (G) Water services serving private or public property, which are removed from service shall be uncovered at the property line adjacent to the utility easement or to the right of way in which the water service connects to a main and capped to prevent leakage or contamination of city water supply by backflow or siphonage. Existing water services serving private or public property that are going to be reactivated within one year and meet the plumbing code requirements may be temporarily capped at any point on the property accepted by the Plumbing Inspector. Capping of water services shall be permitted and inspected. A Building Permit or Wrecking Permit will not be issued until water services are capped. (H) Where required by other sections of this code, storm sewer laterals servicing each lot shall be installed from the storm sewer to the lot line. Prior to the occupancy of any building,the building clear water,storm water and foundation drainage system shall be connected to the available storm sewer lateral. A connection fee as established in Section 20-8(A)(3)of this code shall be paid prior to connection. The size, type and installation of all laterals proposed to be constructed shall be in accordance with plans and specifications approved by the Department of Public Works. SECTION 20-5 AUTHORITY OF PLUMBING INSPECTOR (A) The plumbing inspector and assistants shall have the power and authority at all reasonable times, for any proper purpose,to enter upon any public or private premises and make inspections thereof, and to require of any person or persons doing plumbing or drain-laying work the production of the permit therefor;provided,however,that no inspection shall be made without a warrant,in the event that the occupant of the premises shall fail to give his consent to such inspection. Any person who shall resist or obstruct any lawful exercise of authority by said plumbing inspector shall be subject to the penalty provided in this chapter. (B) The Plumbing Inspector is authorized to withhold approval of an application or plumbing permit to any person who has not complied with a lawful order of the Plumbing Inspector. The person refused such a permit may appeal within ten(10) days to the City Manager. City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 3 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 (C) Inspector and Authorized Assistants Not Liable In all cases where any action is taken by the Plumbing Inspector or assistants to enforce the ordinances of plumbing such action or act shall be considered as done in the name of and on behalf of the City of Oshkosh, and the Plumbing Inspector or assistants so acting for the city shall not be judged as liable for any damage or inconvenience that may accrue to persons or property as the result of any such action or act committed in the discharge of their duties,and any lawsuit or action brought against said Plumbing Inspector or assistants by reason thereof, shall be defended by the city attorney until final termination of the proceedings contained therein. (D) Inspection or approvals by the Plumbing Inspector or assistants shall not in any case constitute a guarantee against imperfection by either the City of Oshkosh or the Plumbing Inspector or assistants. SECTION 20-6 INTERFERENCE WITH INSPECTOR No person shall interfere in any way with the work of inspection or permit any plumbing or drainage to be used until it has been inspected and approved unless special permission therefor is given by the plumbing inspector. SECTION 20-7 CLAIMS AGAINST CITY (A) The City of Oshkosh shall not allow any claim made by any person, firm or corporation owning property in the city which is serviced by sewer and water for damages to such services that may have occurred during public water and sewer construction in the public right-of-way unless prior notice is given to the Plumbing Inspector and city engineer of the time and place where the repair is to be made. Upon receiving such notice,the Plumbing Inspector and/or city engineer shall inspect the repairs to be made and shall file a written report of his findings in his office;and such notice and inspection shall be conditions precedent to the allowance for claims for such repairs or damages (B) Information as the Plumbing Inspector or city engineer has with regard to the location of the public sewer or public water supply and locations of y's and laterals for serving properties will be furnished at requester's risks as to accuracy of same. SECTION 20-8 PLUMBING PERMITS,PLAN EXAMINATIONS AND APPROVAL (A) Permits No person shall perform or permit the performance of any plumbing work, as defined by state statute or regulation adopted by reference as a part of this Code,unless a permit therefor shall first have been obtained as hereinafter provided. Minor repairs as defined in Sec. 145.06(4)(d), Wis. Stats., as may be amended from time to time, shall be exempt from the permit requirement. (1) Application The applicant for a plumbing permit shall make application to the plumbing inspector on forms furnished by the City. City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 4 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 (2) Issuance of Permit No permit will be issued until plan examination and approval requirements have been met. Upon examination and approval of such application by the plumbing inspector and upon payment to the city treasurer of the required permit fees listed in Subsection (3) of this Section, the inspector shall issue a permit therefor. Such permit may be issued only to persons duly licensed to do plumbing work under the laws of Wisconsin and under the provisions of this chapter, and such other persons who are entitled to a permit under the laws of the State of Wisconsin. No plumbing permit shall be issued authorizing a connection with the city water and sewer systems if the land to be benefited by such connection had not been specifically assessed for the water or sewer main extension in the street abutting said property unless the owner thereof pays a connection fee to the city in an amount equal to the amount which the property would have been assessed at the time of said water or sewer main construction, based on the formula used at the time for the computation of the special assessment for said water or sewer main installation. (3) Schedule of Fees: The fees referred to in this section and other sections of this article shall be established by the governing body and may from time to time be modified by resolution. A schedule of the fees established by the governing body shall be available for review in the administering authority office, Room 205 City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (4) Fees: i. In the event activity begins or the Plumbing Inspector finds such activity completed before a permit is issued and the appropriate fees are paid, an additional fee shall be paid and shall be paid by the owner or agent immediately upon notification from the inspector; however, the payment of such fees shall not relieve any person from fully complying with all of the regulations of this Chapter, nor from any other penalties prescribed in this Code. Fees shall be determined according to the inspection fee schedule and will be established by resolution. ii. The fees referred to in this section and other sections of this article shall be established by the governing body and may from time to time be modified by resolution. A schedule of the fees established by the governing body shall be available for review in the administering authority office, Room 205 City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (5) Re-inspection Fees: i. When additional inspections are made due to code violations or other valid reasons,an additional fee shall be charged for each unnecessary inspection. Such fees shall be paid in accordance with Section 20-9. City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 5 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 ii. The fees referred to in this section and other sections of this article shall be established by the governing body and may from time to time be modified by resolution. A schedule of the fees established by the governing body shall be available for review in the administering authority office, Room 205 City Hall, 215 Church Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (6) Lapse of Plumbing Permit Upon Failure to Commence Work Except as may otherwise be provided: A plumbing permit shall have lapsed and be void unless building operations are commenced within six (6) months from the date thereof. A plumbing permit for residential and non-residential structures shall lapse and be void from and after twelve (12) months from the date of issuance. (B) Plan and Specification;Review and Approval The City of Oshkosh has been designated as an Agent Municipality by the Department of Safety and Professional Services of the State of Wisconsin pursuant to Sections SPS 382.20 and SPS 305,Wis. Adm. Code. Procedures for review and approval of plans and specifications, as set forth therein, shall be followed;except that plan review is required for projects involving the installation,addition or alteration of 10 or more fixtures to be installed in connection with public buildings. (C) Mandatory Connection Required All existing,new and annexed buildings located within the City of Oshkosh shall comply with this code section. 1. All buildings provided with a sanitary drain and vent system shall be connected to the public sanitary sewer system in compliance with this chapter. Buildings with a sanitary drain and vent system that discharge to a Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment System(POWTS)shall abandon such system and connect to the public sanitary sewer system when a public sanitary sewer main is determined to be available to the property. Notice to abandon any such Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems shall not extend the time for compliance beyond one year after the date sewer is made available to the property. 2. All buildings provided with a potable water distribution system shall be provided with an approved supply of potable water. Private wells properly permitted and metered may serve as an approved supply for the distribution system. Every building with a potable water distribution system shall have a private water service lateral from the public potable water system to the inside of the building's occupied space,terminating with a building control valve. 3. (a) All buildings regulated by the City's Subdivision Ordinance shall be provided with a foundation drain tile sump pump system that connects to the public storm sewer system or discharges to other acceptable points as required by the City's Subdivision Ordinance, Section 30-445(C)(5). (b) All new buildings with a storm drain foundation system shall be connected to the public storm sewer system in compliance with all applicable chapters or discharge to other acceptable points as required by the City's Subdivision Ordinance,Section 30- City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 6 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 445(C)(5). If the public storm drainage system is not available to the property at the time of construction then the property owner will be required to apply for the installation of and connect to the public storm drainage system within 12 months after installation of the public storm drainage system. (c) All existing buildings with a foundation drain system in operation on April 1,2017 shall be permitted to stay in operation as long as it does not create a nuisance to the public and are not connected to the sanitary sewer system. If a building in existence on April 1, 2017 does not have a foundation drain system and a foundation drain system is installed on the property,the system may be connected,but shall not be required to connect,to the public storm drainage system. The foundation drain system shall be installed in compliance with all applicable codes so as to not create a nuisance to the public. SECTION 20-9 DELINQUENT FEES In the event any permit fees are due from any applicant and are not paid at the time of filing of the Plumbing Inspector's monthly report,such applicant's name and the amount due shall be carried forward on each succeeding monthly report until such fees are fully paid. No permit shall be issued to any persons, firm or corporation which is in arrears for more than the fees incurred during a current month,until such account has been settled with the city. SECTION 20-10 NO PERMIT TO VIOLATORS Whenever the installation of any plumbing is done or being done contrary to the regulations of this chapter, the Plumbing Inspector shall send a written notice to the violator at his last known business address as shown in the register of licensed master plumbers or home owners to remedy such violations. Failure to comply with such notice shall be deemed sufficient reason for withholding future permits. If there is a failure to promptly respond to any official communications,then such acts shall also be deemed sufficient reason for withholding future permits. SECTION 20-11 SERVICE BEYOND CITY LIMITS (A) Connections Prohibited Every person including all officers and employees of the City are prohibited from connecting or aiding and abetting the connection of any sewer or water lateral servicing any property situated outside of the legally established city limits of the City with any existing or hereinafter to be constructed water or sewer main belonging to the city water and sewer systems. (B) Exceptions This ordinance shall not affect any existing installations so long as current installations do not require an extension or enlargement of water main nor result in an increased water flow over and above the average daily flow to the existing installation at the time of the adoption of this Ordinance City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 7 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 (November 23, 1999). (1) Notwithstanding anything else to the contrary,the City of Oshkosh limits the extraterritorial provision of water service to existing installations serviced by and through the Winnebago Mental Health Institute and its State of Wisconsin-owned infrastructure, at the following addresses and town parcel numbers, located in the Town of Oshkosh, Winnebago County, Wisconsin: 4050 County Truck A 0180523, 0182312, 0182313 887 Butler Avenue 0180518 829 Butler Avenue 0180521 3905 Sherman Road 0180508 889 Butler Avenue 0180517 820 Butler Avenue 0180528 865 Butler Avenue 0180519 900 Butler Avenue 018052401 888 Butler Avenue 0180525 940 Butler Avenue 0180524 3945 Sherman Road 01806070302 856 Butler Avenue 0180526 973 Butler Avenue 01806070303 961 Butler Avenue 0180514 3911 Sherman Road 0180509 843 Butler Avenue 0180520 4060 County Trunk A 018052201 806 Butler Avenue 0180493 844 Butler Avenue 018049301 927 Butler Avenue 0180516 4110,4116,4120 County Trunk A 018049101 (2) Except as to the properties and parcels listed in sub. (1) above, the City shall have no obligation to serve any property outside the corporate limits of the City which requires an extension of any water main,regardless of jurisdictional source,for service. Further,the City shall have no obligation to serve any water user which use would exceed the current daily average flow of water from the Winnebago Mental Health Institute into the area enumerated by the properties and parcels listed in sub. (1)above,that is 885 cubic feet,based on August 12, 1999 readings, as that flow is adjusted downward when any of the properties and parcels listed in sub. (1) shall cease receiving water service under this Exception. (C) Allowed Connections The Common Council of Oshkosh may,by appropriate motion, authorize connections to the city sewer and water mains from any property after said property has filed a valid annexation petition and prior to the consideration of said petition by the Common Council. City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 8 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 SECTION 20-12 CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL (A) It shall be the duty of the Plumbing Inspector to cause inspections to be made of all properties served by the city's public water system where cross connections with the public water system is deemed possible. The frequency of inspections and re-inspections based on potential health hazards involved shall be part of the program and as approved by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. (B) The Plumbing Inspector is hereby authorized and directed to discontinue water service to any property wherein any cross connection in violation of this ordinance exists,and to take such other precautionary measures deemed necessary to eliminate any danger of contamination of the public water system. Water service shall be discontinued only after reasonable notice and opportunity for hearing under Chapter 68, Wisconsin Statutes, except as provided in Section C. Water service to such property shall not be restored until the cross connection(s)has been eliminated in compliance with the provisions of this ordinance. (C) If it is determined by the Plumbing Inspector that a cross connection or an emergency endangers public health,safety or welfare and requires immediate action,and a written finding to that effect is filed with the City Clerk and delivered to the customers premises, service may be immediately discontinued. The customer shall have an opportunity for hearing under Chapter 63, Wisconsin Statutes,within 10 days of such emergency disconnection. SECTION 20-12.2 PRIVATE WELLS (A) Filling and Sealing Required. All private wells located on any premises, which is served by the public water system of the City shall be properly filled by July 1,1993 or at the time of connection to the City's water supply system,whichever occurs later. Only those wells for which a well operation permit has been granted by the City Plumbing Inspector may be exempted from this requirement. The City Plumbing Inspector shall order filled any well in this City which tests unsafe for use,which is not in current use, or which is non-complying with Chapter NR 812,Wisconsin Administrative Code. The owner or occupant must demonstrate compliance with NR 812 through a signed statement from a State certified well driller or pump installer. The owner or occupant of the property upon which such well is located shall fill such well in accordance with Section NR 811.17 or Section 812.26,Wisconsin Administrative Code,within thirty(30)days after receipt of notice from the City Plumbing Inspector. (B) Well Operation Permit. A permit may be granted to a well owner to operate a well for a period not to exceed three (3) years if the following requirements are met. Application shall be upon forms provided by the City Plumbing Inspector. This permit may be renewed at its expiration for additional periods, each additional period not to exceed three (3) years, if all the following requirements continue to be met: (1) The well and pump installation meet or are upgraded to meet the requirements of NR 812, Wisconsin Administrative Code, and certification of the acceptability of the well has been granted by a state certified well driller or pump installer and a copy of this certification City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 9 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 accompanies the application for issuing or reissuing of a permit. (2) The well has a history of producing safe water and presently produces bacteriologically and chemically safe water as evidenced from laboratory tests by a laboratory certified by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services or the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene. Such evidence shall include bacteriological sampling, consisting of obtaining a minimum of 2 consecutive safe samples taken a minimum of 2 weeks apart prior to issuing or reissuing the permit and shall accompany the application. (3) The proposed use of the well can be justified as being necessary in addition to water provided by the public water system at the time of issuance or reissuance of the permit. (4) No physical connection shall exist between the piping of the public water system and the private well,which fact shall be certified by the City of Oshkosh plumbing inspector and shall accompany the application for issuance or reissuance of a permit. (5) The well and pump installation is in present use. (6) A well permit application fee shall be paid at the time of application for the issuance or reissuance of the permit. Fees shall be determined according to the inspection fee schedule and will be established by resolution. (C) Report and Inspections. An abandonment report form, supplied by the Department of Natural Resources shall be submitted by the well owner to the City Plumbing Inspector,and the Department of Natural Resources within ten (10) days of the completion of the well abandonment. (D) State Department of Natural Resources Regulations Adopted. The rules and regulations pertaining to private wells as promulgated by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, specifically Chapters NR 811 and NR 812, Wisconsin Administrative Code, together with any future renumberings, additions, deletions or supplements thereto, are herewith incorporated as part of this Chapter and shall be enforced with the same force and effect as though set forth in full herein. Providing, however, that where such rules and regulations are less stringent than other provisions found in this Code,the provisions of this Code shall apply. SECTION 20-13 LEAD SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENT (A) Intent and Purpose. Lead service lines and galvanized lines downstream from lead service lines pose a public health risk based on the potential for leaching of lead into drinking water. The Common Council of the City of Oshkosh therefore finds it necessary for public health, safety and welfare to establish a program for the removal and replacement of lead pipe water service lines in use within the Oshkosh Water Utility system. To that end the Council hereby declares the purposes of this ordinance to be as follows: City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 10 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 (1) to ensure the water quality for Oshkosh Water Utility customers meets the water quality standards specified under the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act; and (2) to comply with the Lead and Copper Rule; (B) Authorization. This ordinance is enacted pursuant to Sec. 62.11(5) and Sec. 281.45, Wis. Stats., and as mandated by 42 U.S.C. Sec. 300g, of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, enforced by the EPA and the WDNR. (C) Policy. Implementation of lead water service line replacement will be governed by a separate policy adopted by resolution of the Common Council. (D) Private-Side Service Line Identification. Water services, serving private or public property, shall be surveyed for service line material. Upon notice from the City,any person who owns, manages,or otherwise exercises control over a property served by the Oshkosh Water Utility shall allow the City to inspect the private-side water service line or have the private-side water service line inspected by a licensed plumber to determine whether the service line is lead or other material. The property owner or Licensed Plumber,on behalf of the property owner,must submit a completed inspection report on a form prescribed by the City. (E) Lead Service Line Replacement. (1) The following service line material combinations shall be replaced with a compliant service line material under this ordinance. Public Side Private Side Side Requiring Replacement Lead Lead or Both Galvanized Lead Not Lead and Public Only Not Galvanized Non Lead Lead Private Only (2) All lead water service lines and galvanized service lines that were in place at any time downstream from lead water service lines shall be replaced with a compliant service line material, including all public and private lines, if any portion of a lead water service line is repaired or replaced,the remaining lead portion must be replaced within 180 days. (3) Property owner or Licensed Plumber,on behalf of property owner shall notify City when a partial replacement or repair of a lead water service line is performed. (F) Financing of Replacement. In the event funding is made available for this purpose through any means,a property owner may apply to the City for financing of a portion of the cost of replacing a private-side lead water service line under the terms of such financing program. As a condition of receiving any available financing from the City,the property owner must City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 11 Municipal Codes City of Oshkosh Municipal Codes Revised 10/12/21 provide adequate documentation demonstrating the Licensed Plumber completed the work in compliance with all applicable requirements. (G) Filing False Statements. (1) It shall be unlawful for any person to file a false statement in connection with this ordinance. SECTION 20-14 PENALTIES (A) Specific Penalty Any person violating any of the following provisions of this Chapter shall,upon conviction thereof, or pleading guilty thereto,be fined not less than Seventy-five Dollars ($75.00) nor more than Five Hundred Dollars($500.00),and in default of payment of such fine and costs of prosecution,shall be imprisoned in the County Jail until such fine and costs shall be paid,not exceeding fifteen(15)days. The inspector shall cause all such connections to be removed forthwith. (1) In addition to all other remedies available to the City,any person convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of Sections 20-2 adopting the State Plumbing Code pertaining to sump pump connections and 20-12 pertaining to cross connections between sump pump and storm water drains to the sanitary sewer system,shall for each offense be punished by a forfeiture of not less than$1,025,nor more than$2,000 for each conviction,together with the costs of prosecution,and in default of payment of such forfeitures and costs by imprisonment in the County Jail for Winnebago County for a period not to exceed 60 days or loss of driving provisions as provided by applicable state law. Each day of violation shall constitute a separate and distinct offense. (B) General Penalty Any contracting plumber,or master or journeyman plumber,drain-layer,property owner or other person who shall violate any of the provisions of this chapter or who shall install or allow to be installed any plumbing or drainage in this city contrary to the provisions of this chapter, shall, where no other penalty is specifically provided,be punished by a fine of not less than Seventy-five Dollars($75.00)nor more than Five Hundred Dollars($500.00),plus the costs of prosecution and in default of payment therefor,by imprisonment in the County Jail until such fine and costs are paid, not exceeding thirty (30) days. Each day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. City of Oshkosh Chapter 20—Page 12 Municipal Codes