§ 7.2. Where any sewer system under the jurisdiction of a city, village or incorporated
town is tributary to a sanitary district sewer system, and the board of trustees of
such sanitary district finds that it will conduce to the public health, comfort or
convenience, the board shall have the power and authority to regulate, limit, extend,
deny or otherwise control any connection to such sewer tributary to the sanitary district
sewer system by any person or municipal corporation regardless of whether the sewer
into which the connection is made is directly under the jurisdiction of the district
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