City of Pleasanton
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLEASANTON <br /> <br /> ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA <br /> <br /> ORDINANCE NO. 1703 <br /> <br /> AN ORDINANCE OF TIlE CITY OF PLEASANTON <br /> CONCERNING SECURITY DEPOSITS FOR WATER <br /> AND SEWER BY AMENDING §14.04.075 AND <br /> §15.10.090 OF TIlE PLEASANTON MUNICIPAL <br /> CODE <br /> <br />THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLEASANTON DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS <br />FOLLOWS: <br /> <br />Section 1: Section 14.04.075 of the Pleasanton Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as <br /> follows: <br /> <br /> "14.04.075 Security Deposits. <br /> <br /> A. For a new residential applicant, whether the applicant is the property owner <br /> or a tenant of a residential unit that is not master metered, the Finance Director <br /> may require from the applicant a security deposit in an amount not to exceed twice <br /> the average periodic (i.e., bi-monthly) bill. <br /> <br /> B. For a new residential applicant for a building that is master metered, the <br /> Finance Director may require from the property owner a security deposit in an <br /> amount not to exceed an estimated twelve months average bills. <br /> <br /> C. For a new non-residential applicant, whether the applicant is the property <br /> owner or the tenant, the Finance Director may require from the applicant a security <br /> deposit in an amount not to exceed an estimated twelve months average bills. <br /> <br /> D. Where the new residential applicant is a tenant in a residence that is not <br /> master metered, the Finance Director shall not require, as a condition of the new <br /> applicant's establishing an account and receiving service, that the account be <br /> established in the property owner's name unless the property owner consents <br /> through a written agreement. <br /> <br /> E. Where the new residential applicant is a tenant in a residence where the <br /> account for the previous tenant has outstanding charges and/or penalties, the <br /> Finance Director shall not require the new applicant to pay those charges/penalties <br /> as a condition of establishing an account and receiving service unless the new <br /> applicant was an adult living in the residence when the charges/penalties accrued. <br /> <br /> <br />
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