Before entering into any such lease, the commissioners shall determine that the intercepting
sewer has sufficient capacity at the proposed point of intake of such additional sewage
and at all other points of the intercepting sewer, after taking into consideration
the estimated rate of flow and hours of discharge of such additional sewage, without
preventing or interfering with the actual use being made of said intercepting sewer
by any contracting agency therein or lessee. The commissioners shall hold a public hearing at which time opportunity shall be
afforded the contracting agencies and all interested parties to present objections
and suggestions with reference to the proposed lease, and if it shall appear that
contracting agencies representing more than seventy-five per centum (75%) of allotted
capacity in said intercepting sewer, object to said lease, the commissioners shall
not enter into it. Notice of said public hearing, with all relative information and data, shall be
mailed to each contracting agency, at least twenty days before the date set for the
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