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(a) The following conditions must be met before any person may connect or continue to connect an alarm system by direct-wire, telephone line or radio signal to receiving alarm systems of the Police Division or the Fire Division:
(1) The alarm user must possess an alarm permit issued in accordance with this chapter.
(2) The alarm system must be compatible with and not interfere with the alarm receiving systems of the Police Division or the Fire Division.
(3) The protected premises where the alarm system is located must be within the corporate limits of the City.
(4) The alarm user must arrange and pay for any City, public utility or alarm company services that are required to connect the alarm system to the receiving equipment of the Police and Fire Communications Center.
(5) The alarm user shall be responsible for any damage caused by the connection of the alarm user system to the receiving systems of the Police and Fire Communications Center.
(6) Automatic dialing devices shall, within sixty days from the effective date of this chapter (Ordinance 3-1986, passed February 24, 1986), disconnect from the primary trunkline of the Police and Fire Communications Center upon application for a permit as provided by this chapter, a new nonpublished number will be issued to interconnect those automatic dialing services desiring to transmit emergency alarms to the Police and Fire Communications Center.
(7) Automatic dialing devices hereinafter interconnected to the Police and Fire Communications Center special trunkline shall be restricted to a standard length and content recorded message as provided by the police alarm officer.
(b) The City reserves the right to disconnect any alarm system from its receiving equipment, after reasonable attempts to notify the alarm user, if any of the above conditions are not met.
(Ord. 3-1986. Passed 2-24-86.)