§ 98.07  DISCONNECTION AND RECONNECTION TO CENTRAL ANSWERING POINT.
   (A)   Disconnection.  Causes for disconnection from the Central Answering Point are hereinafter set out.  The Alarm Holder shall be liable and responsible for all costs, charges, and fees arising from disconnection from the Central Answering Point.  The Police Chief or the Fire Chief may order disconnection for the following reasons:
      (1)   Failure to pay any fees or charges required herein.
      (2)   Twelve False Alarms from an Alarm Device of the Alarm Holder, transmitted to the Monitoring Equipment, within a twelve-month period unless state or local laws require such connection.
      (3)   Three or more trouble indications from an Alarm System of the Alarm Holder, transmitted to the Monitoring Equipment, within any twelve-month period, except this provision shall not apply where state and/or local laws require such connection.
      (4)   A continuous transmission to the Monitoring Equipment of a trouble indication from an Alarm Device of the Alarm Holder for a period of more than 48 hours.
      (5)   Violation of the above subsection (B) relating to Equipment.
   (B)   Reconnection.  In the event an Alarm Holder has had his Alarm Device disconnected from the Central Answering Point for causes set out in Subsection (A) above hereof, such Alarm Device can be reconnected to the Central Answering Point, in accordance with the following:
      (1)   If an Alarm System has been disconnected from the Central Answering Point by reason of Subsection (A)(1) hereof, then, upon repayment in full of all outstanding fees and charges, the Alarm System may be reconnected to the Central Answering Point.
      (2)   If an Alarm System has been disconnected by reason of Subsection (A)(2) or (3) hereof, then the Alarm Holders must submit a written statement indicating that repairs have been made to correct the problem in the appropriate Alarm Device and its related paraphernalia.  After verification, on behalf of the Alarm Holder, that the Alarm System is properly functioning, the Alarm Holder may have his Alarm Device reconnected to the Central Answering Point.
      (3)   If an Alarm System has been disconnected from the Central Answering Point by reason of Subsection (A)(4) hereof, then the Alarm Holder must submit a written statement indicating the reasons for the False Alarms and stating what measures have been taken to prevent or minimize future False Alarms.  After review of aforesaid statements by the Fire Chief or Police Chief, the Alarm Device may, in the sole discretion of the Fire Chief or Police Chief, be reconnected to the Central Answering Point.
      (4)   If an Alarm System has been disconnected from the Central Answering Point by reason of Subsection (A)(5) hereof, then upon proof submitted to the Police or Fire by the Alarm Holder of the acquisition of an appropriate maintenance agreement by the Alarm Holder, the Alarm Device of the Alarm Holder can be reconnected to the Central Answering Point.
   The Alarm Holder shall be responsible for any cost or change arising from the reconnection.
(Ord. 3-96, passed 6-10-96)