File Number: 110162
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|File Number: 110162||File Type: Ordinance||Status: In Committee|
|Version: 0||Reference:||Control: Infrastructure and Land Use Committee|
|Requester: Department of Environmental Resources Management||Cost:||Final Action:|
|Sunset Provision: No||Effective Date:||Expiration Date:|
|Registered Lobbyist:||None Listed|
|Acting Body||Date||Agenda Item||Action||Sent To||Due Date||Returned||Pass/Fail|
|Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||6/15/2011||1F3||Withdrawn|
|REPORT:||(See Agenda Item 1F3 Substitute; Legislative File No. 111193.)|
|County Attorney||5/12/2011||Referred||Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||6/15/2011|
|Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||5/11/2011||1F1||Deferred||6/15/2011||P|
|REPORT:||Commissioner Edmonson requested the foregoing proposed ordinance be deferred to the June 15, 2011 Infrastructure and Land Use Committee Meeting.|
|REPORT:||The Sponsor has requested a deferral to the June 15, 2011 Infrastructure and Land Use Committee Meeting.|
|Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||4/13/2011||1F2||Deferred to next committee meeting||5/11/2011|
|REPORT:||This proposed ordinance was deferred to the next scheduled INLUC meeting scheduled for May 11, 2011.|
|REPORT:||The Prime Sponsor is requesting a deferral to no date certain.|
|Board of County Commissioners||2/17/2011||Municipalities notified of public hearing||Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||4/13/2011||2/15/2011|
|Board of County Commissioners||2/15/2011||Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing||Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||4/13/2011|
|Board of County Commissioners||2/15/2011||4D||Adopted on first reading||4/13/2011||P|
|REPORT:||First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams read the foregoing proposed ordinance into the record. There being no questions or comments, the Commission proceeded to vote. The foregoing proposed ordinance was adopted on first reading and set for public hearing before the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee on April 13, 2011.|
|Board of County Commissioners||1/28/2011||Requires Municipal Notification||Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||4/13/2011|
|County Manager||1/27/2011||Referred||Infrastructure and Land Use Committee||4/13/2011|
|County Attorney||1/25/2011||Assigned||Abbie N. Schwaderer|
|County Manager||1/25/2011||Assigned||County Attorney||2/15/2011|
|REPORT:||DERM (Abbie Raurell assisted) - 1st Reading 2/1/11 - INLUC 3/9/11 - 2nd Reading 4/4/11 - Attachment: None; [ Substitute Item #111028 - BCC - June 7, 2011]|
|County Manager||1/25/2011||Assigned||Sue Torriente||1/25/2011|
ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 24-43.1 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO SEWAGE FLOWS FOR SANITARY SEWERS AND THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SEPTIC TANK SEWAGE LOADING REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. Section 24-43.1 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida, is hereby amended to read as follows:
Sec. 24-43.1. Liquid waste disposal and potable water supply systems.
(1) The intent and purpose of this section is to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare by regulating liquid waste storage, disposal and treatment methods other than sanitary sewers and any source of potable water supply.
(5) The following table shall be utilized by the Director or the Director's designee to determine sewage flows for sanitary sewers and the maximum allowable septic tank sewage loading requirements set forth in this chapter. If the Director or the Director's designee receives competent factual data and information such as actual on-site measured sewage flows or actual metered water bills, >>or an engineering flow study which utilizes recognized standard practices of the engineering profession, is signed and sealed by an engineer licensed by the State of Florida, and approved by the Director or the Director's designee, << the Director or the Director's designee may utilize this data and information to determine sewage flows for sanitary sewers and the maximum allowable septic tank sewage loading requirements set forth in this chapter in lieu of the table below. This table shall not be utilized for the sizing of septic tanks. Sizing of septic tanks shall be in accordance with Florida Statutes regarding septic tanks.
[[Type of Land Use, Gallons Per Day (GPD)
Residential Land Uses:
Single-family residence: 350 (GPD/unit)
Townhouse residence: 250 (GPD/unit)
Apartment residence: 200 (GPD/unit)
Mobile home residence: 300 (GPD/unit)
Duplex or twin home residence: 250 (GPD/unit)
Commercial Land Uses:
Barbershop: 10/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Beauty salon or hair boutique: 75 (GPD/chair)
Bowling alley: 100 (GPD/lane)
(a) Per dentist: 250 (GPD/dentist)
(b) Per wet chair: 200 (GPD/chair)
Physician's office: 250 (GPD/physician)
Full service restaurant (350 GPD minimum): 50 (GPD/seat)
Bar or cocktail lounge: 15 (GPD/seat)
Fast food restaurant (350 GPD minimum): 35 (GPD/seat)
Take-out restaurant (350 GPD minimum); 50/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Hotel or motel: 100 (GPD/room)
Office building: 10/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Motor vehicle service station: 10/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Shopping center (dry uses): 5/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Stadium, racetrack, ballpark: 3 (GPD/seat)
Store without food service: 5/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
(a) Indoor auditorium: 3 (GPD/seat)
(b) Outdoor drive-in: 5 (GPD/space)
Camper or trailer park: 150 (GPD/space)
Banquet halls: 25 (GPD/seat)
(a) Recycling-type: 750 (GPD/bay)
(b) Hand-type: 3,500 (GPD/bay)
Coin laundries: 225 (GPD/washer)
Country clubs: 25 (GPD/member)
Funeral homes: 10/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Gas station/mini-mart: 450 (GPD/unit)
Health spa/gyms: 35/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
(a) Per veterinarian: 250 (GPD/vet)
(b) With kennels: 30 (GPD/cage)
Kennels: 30 (GPD/cage)
Marinas: 40 (GPD/slip)
Food preparation outlets (bakeries, meat markets, commissaries) (350 GPD minimum): 50 (GPD/sq. ft.)
(a) Store space: 10/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
(b) Per tub: 75 (GPD/tub)
Industrial Land Uses:
Factory without showers: 10/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Factory with showers: 20/100 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Airport: 5 (GPD/passenger); 10 (GPD/employee)
House of worship: 3 (GPD/seat)
Hospital: 250 (GPD/bed)
Convalescent or nursing home: 150 (GPD/bed)
(a) With toilets only: 5 (GPD/person)
(b) With showers and toilets: 20 (GPD/person)
Other residential institution or facility (including adult congregate living units): 100 (GPD/person)
(a) Day care/nursery: 5 (GPD/student)
(b) Regular school: 10 (GPD/student)
(c) With cafeteria add: 5 (GPD/student)
(d) With showers add: 5 (GPD/student)
(e) Teachers and staff: 15 (GPD/person)
Public swimming facility: 10 (GPD/person)
Warehouse/industrial speculation building: 20/1000 (GPD/sq. ft.)
Storage warehouse or mini-warehouse: 5/1000 (GPD/sq. ft.)]]
>>Type of Land Use/Gallons per Day (GPD)
Residential Land Uses:
Single Family Residence Less than 3001 sq.ft: 220 gpd/unit
3001-5000 sq.ft: 320 gpd/unit
More than 5000 sq.ft: 550 gpd/unit
Townhouse Residence 180 gpd/unit
Apartment 150 gpd/unit
Mobile Home Residence/Park 180 gpd/unit
Duplex or Twin Home Residence 180 gpd/unit
Commercial Land Uses:
Banquet Hall 15 gpd/100 sq.ft.
With Kitchen 50 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Bar and or Cocktail Lounge 20 gpd/100 sq.ft
Barber Shop 15 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Beauty Shop 25 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Bowling Alley 100 gpd/lane
Trailer or Tourist Park 150 gpd/space
(a) Manual Washing 350 gpd/bay
(b) Automated Washing 5500 gpd/bay
With recycle system Based on system design and evaluation by the Department
Coin Laundry 145 gpd/washer
Country Club 15 gpd/100 sq.ft.
With Kitchen 50 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Dentist's Office 25 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Food Preparation Outlets (Bakeries, Meat
Markets, Commissaries, etc.) 35 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Funeral Home 10 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Gas Station/Convenience store/Mini-Mart 450 gpd/unit
With single automated car wash add 1750 gpd/unit
Fitness Center or Gym 10 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Hotel or Motel 100 gpd/room
Kennel 15 gpd/cage
Marina 60 gpd/slip
Motor Vehicle Service Station 10 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Office Building 5 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Pet Grooming 55 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Physician's Office 20 gpd/100 sq.ft
(a) Full Service 100 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(b) Fast Food 50 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(c) Take Out 100 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Retail 10 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Shell/Common Area 5 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Stadium, Ballpark, Racetrack,
Fronton, Auditorium, etc. 3gpd/seat
(a) Indoor 3 gpd/seat
(b) Outdoor 5 gpd/space
(c) Drive-in 5gpd/space
Veterinarian Office 20 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Industrial Land Uses:
(a) Common Area/Concourse 5 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(b) Retail 10 gpd/100sq.ft.
(c) Food Service See Restaurant use for allocation
House of Worship 10 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Hospital 250 gpd/bed
(a) Warehouse/Spec. Bldg. 1 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(b) Self-service storage units 1.5 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(c) Industrial-Wet 20 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(d) Industrial-Dry 2.5 gpd/100 sq.ft.
Nursing/Convalescent Home 150 gpd/bed
Other Residential Facility/Institution:
(a) Congregate Living Facility (CLF) 75 gpd/bed
(b) Jail 150 gpd/person
(c) Other 100 gpd/person
(a) With toilets only 5 gpd/person
(b) With toilets and showers 20 gpd/person
Public Swimming Pool Facility 30 gpd/person
(a) Day Care/Nursery (adults and children) 20 gpd/100 sq.ft.
(b) Regular school 12 gpd/100 sq.ft. <<
Section 3. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or provision of this ordinance is held invalid, the remainder of this ordinance shall not be affected by such invalidity.
Section 4. It is the intention of the Board of County Commissioners, and it is hereby ordained that the provisions of this ordinance, including any sunset provision, shall become and be made a part of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida. The sections of this ordinance may be renumbered or relettered to accomplish such intention, and the word "ordinance" may be changed to "section," "article," or other appropriate word.
Section 5. This ordinance shall become effective ten (10) days after the date of enactment unless vetoed by the Mayor, and if vetoed, shall become effective only upon an override by this Board.
To: Honorable Chairman Joe A. Martinez
and Members, Board of County Commissioners
From: George M. Burgess
Subject: Ordinance Amending Section 24-43.1 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida, Relating to Sewage Flows for Sanitary Sewers and the Maximum Allowable Septic Tank Sewage Loading Requirements
It is recommended that the Board of County Commissioners approve the attached Ordinance Amending Section 24-43.1 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida (Code), relating to sewage flows for sanitary sewers and the maximum allowable septic tank sewage loading requirements.
The proposed ordinance involves environmental regulation throughout Miami-Dade County.
Fiscal Impact/Funding Source
This ordinance will not require additional funding and will be revenue neutral to the Department of Environmental Resources Management (DERM). The Water and Sewer Department (WASD) charges for water and sewer connections based on a cost per gallon reflecting the value of water/sewer collection, treatment and transmission systems serving the property multiplied by the number of gallons assigned to the proposed use. The proposed ordinance, in general, decreases the standard gallonage for various usages without changing the cost per gallon. The net result will be a reduction in most water and sewer connection charges. WASD’s approved FY2010-11 capital improvement plan/budget anticipated the slight reduction in water and sewer connection charges.
Over 30 years ago, Section 24-43.1 of the Code set forth sewage unit flow rates to determine sewage flows for sanitary sewers and septic tank sewage loading for various land uses. DERM and WASD recently coordinated on proposing revised sewage unit flow rates for various land uses as set forth in Section 24-43.1 of the Code.
This proposed ordinance is being submitted for enactment in response to changes in the Florida Building Code mandating the use of water-conserving fixtures in new construction and to better evaluate overall water demand. WASD contracted with two local consulting firms, Cordova Rodriguez and Associates, Inc. and Samabi Group, Inc., to analyze the water usage in WASD's service area and provide recommendations for revising the sewage unit flow rates. The study concluded that it was necessary to revise the daily annual average sewage unit flow rates set forth in Chapter 24 based upon reduction in water usage throughout WASD's service area.
This ordinance also provides for the use of an engineering flow study, in lieu of the revised table of sewage unit flow rates for sanitary sewers and septic tank sewage loading, which utilizes recognized standard practices of the engineering profession.
Assistant County Manager
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