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Most (All?) municipal or community sewage systems have strict rules on what can be attached to the sewer line. Just one example: Putting storm water runoff (such as your pond overflow) into the system can easily overwhelm the sewage treatment plant with both excess water and the associated solids (soil) that the water may carry. The situation where the plant's capacity is exceeded would lead to the combined untreated sewage and storm water getting to the ground or waterways near the sewage plant. That is why municipal systems have separated sewage and storm drains. If you really intend to do this, I would ask the sewage authority.
The problem would be if any materials other than water went down the drain. That and the city/county might frown on it.
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