511.04  ALARMS CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE POLICE OR FIRE  DEPARTMENT ALARM PANEL.
   (a)   A permit is required to be obtained by an authorized person of any business, church, school, or residential household, to connect installed equipment to the Police or Fire Departments emergency panel.
   (b)   The Safety Service Director or his authorized representative may issue a permit  or permits for such connection upon proper application by the authorized person pursuant to Section 511.03.
   (c)   Connection to the police or fire emergency alarm panels shall be contingent upon the applicant having obtained permission from the company which maintains the alarm panel in the Police or Fire Departments to make such connections.  Permission shall not be denied provided equipment is compatible, and provided charges are paid by said company, and provided a permit has been issued by the Safety-Service Director or his authorized representative.
   (d)   A fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) per year shall be paid to the City for each permit, to be connected to the Police Department or the Fire Department alarm panel.  Any charge, which remains unpaid thirty days after the date of invoice, shall result in cancellation of service.
(Ord. 2005-06.  Passed 4-11-05.)
   (e)   Any alarm system may be used provided it is compatible with the alarm panel utilized by the Police Department or the Fire Department.
   (f)   Alarm fees for permits of subscribers and users are nonrefundable.
   (g)   Continued operation of any alarm system beyond thirty days of the permits expiration date shall be a violation of this chapter.
(Ord. 1987-04.  Passed 6-15-87.)