(a)   Failure to comply with any provision of this chapter may result in revocation of the subscriber's or user's permit.
   (b)   Grounds for revocation may be, but are not limited to:
      (1)   Failure to properly maintain an installation,
      (2)   When the number of false alarms for an installation exceeds five per calendar month or twenty per calendar year.
   (c)   The Chief of Police, or his designee, shall serve written notice upon the permit holder of intent to revoke the permit.  Such notice shall be given not less than seven days prior to revocation.  Such notice shall state the right of the permit holder to appeal to the Safety-Service Director within fourteen days from the date of the notice.
   (d)   If an appeal is filed in writing within fourteen days, the Safety-Service Director shall hold a hearing on the matter and shall render a decision on the basis of the facts presented.  In the event no appeal is filed, the Chief of Police or his designee, shall transmit all pertinent information to the Safety-Service Director who shall cancel the permit.
   (e)   The permit holder may have an attorney present at the hearing if so desired.  The administrative remedies must be exhausted before judicial procedures can begin.
   (f)   Upon revocation of the permit, the user or subscriber has twenty days to disconnect the alarm system or show good cause for an extension of this time to the Safety-Service Director.
   (g)   Operation of an alarm system or failure to disconnect an alarm system after revocation of the permit is in violation of this chapter.
(Ord. 1987-04.  Passed 6-15-87.)