A.   Notice Of Provisions: Any false alarm call to an individual or business that, in the opinion of the Fire Chief having jurisdiction over the area, the County Sheriff or the City Administrator, was the result of a defective or malfunctioning alarm system will receive a notice outlining the terms and conditions of this chapter.
   B.   Excessive Number Of Fire Alarms: More than three (3) alarms at the same property within a calendar year that are found to be false alarms is excessive, constitutes a public nuisance, and shall be a violation of this Code.
   C.   Charges Established: Charges imposed upon the property owner for response to a false alarm violating this chapter shall be established in section 3-1-2 of this title.
   D.   Delinquent Payments: Any unpaid service charge against a property or individual for a false alarm not paid in full within thirty (30) days of the date of billing shall be placed as a special assessment against the property pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 429.101, after proper notice and hearing. (Prior Code § 5-6-4)