(a)   Any person desiring the issuance of a permit as required by Section 711.01 shall file a written application, on a form to be provided, correctly containing the following information:
      (1)   Full name of applicant and address;
      (2)   Common name of alarm premises, if any;
      (3)   Name and address of person installing, maintaining and/or owning the system;
      (4)   Description of system's operation, with a floor plan of premises;
      (5)   Names and addresses of affiliated personnel to be contacted in case of alarm and/or malfunction; and
      (6)   In addition the following statements:
         A.   I hereby consent to the Chief of Police or Fire Chief to arrange for disconnection of my system at my cost, in the event I, or my agent or agents are ever found in violation of Section 711.03.
         B.   I hereby contract and agree to assume all responsibility; and to save harmless the City of Youngstown for any possible liability it may incur because of the actions of myself or my agents in the installing and the maintenance of the system or alarm system herein applied for.
   (b)   Concurrent therewith, the applicant shall pay a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) to the Finance Director to compensate for the costs incident to the issuance of such permit.
   (c)   Upon compliance with the foregoing, and upon the approval of the Chief of Police and/or the Fire Chief, the alarm permit shall forthwith be issued to the applicant by the Finance Director as follows:
      (1)   Alarm permit for residential use shall be issued for an indefinite duration and renewal of the permit is not required unless permit is revoked; and
      (2)   Alarm permit for nonresidential use shall be issued for a period of not more than one year and shall be renewed annually upon application in conformance with Section 711.03. All permits issued shall expire on December 31 of the year of issuance. (Ord. 82-505. Passed 11-10-82.)