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(A) If an alarm system issues more than two false alarms in any consecutive 365-calendar day period, the person who owns or controls the property on which the alarm system is installed shall receive notice of violation of § 3-3-8-14.
(B) Except as otherwise provided for in this article, any and all fees and assessments shall be paid to and received by the Alarm Administrator within 30 days from the date a notice of false alarm assessment is deposited in the regular first class U.S. Mail with postage fully paid and addressed to the responsible party.
(C) Failure to pay such false alarm assessment within 30 days from the date of the notice may result in legal action by the City or its authorized designee, to collect all unpaid fees and assessments. The 30-day period may be tolled during the pendency of:
(1) A false alarm review, and
(2) An appeal to the City Administrator.
(D) After the false alarm assessment has been mailed as required above, and if there has been no contact from the responsible party for 60 days, a “Final Notice” shall be mailed. The Final Notice will require the immediate payment of the false alarm assessment.
(E) If there is no additional response from the responsible party within 30 days after the Final Notice was mailed, the Alarm Administrator may send the unpaid assessment to the collection agency and shall notify the responsible party that such action has been taken.
(Am. Ord. 1, 2016, passed 3-7-2016)