§ 34.19  EXCEPTIONS.
   (A)   Medical emergencies. Fees shall not be imposed for any medical-related emergency response except for medical-related emergencies, that are violations of Minn. Stat. § 609.78(4), as it may be amended from time to time.
   (B)   Domestic incidents. Fees shall not be imposed against the victim for a response to circumstances involving domestic-assault incidents or order for protection violations, except when the victim consented to a violation of a court order and the violation resulted in the response.
   (C)   Landlords. Fees shall not be imposed against a landlord for a response initiated by a tenant, unless the landlord was sent notice as set forth in § 34.17(A) and the landlord has not taken the necessary steps outlined in division (D) below.
   (D)   STAR program participants. Notices shall be sent according to § 34.17(A), but fees shall not be imposed against an owner who actively participates in the STAR Program, pursuant to § 150.042 as a Level 2 participant and if the owner and complex are actively working with the City Police Department on a coordinated plan to reduce and prevent future repeat nuisance service calls. If the city, in its sole discretion, finds that coordinated plan does not significantly reduce repeat nuisance service calls within six months after notice has been sent in accordance with § 34.17(A), this exception no longer applies and the fees shall be immediately due and payable.
(2001 Code, § 955.09)