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A. Application for an alarm system permit shall be filed with either the finance department of the city or through the police department. The application shall contain all information the chief of police reasonably deems necessary for the evaluation and proper processing of the permit application. The permits shall be issued to the person who is in possession of the property which the alarm system is designed to protect.

B. Upon receipt of a completed alarm permit application and the alarm permit fee, the chief of police shall issue an alarm permit unless the applicant has failed to pay an assessed fine or had an alarm permit or police response for the premises suspended or revoked, and the violation causing the suspension or revocation has not been corrected.

C. Any false statement of a material fact made by an applicant for the purpose of obtaining an alarm permit shall be sufficient cause for refusal to issue a permit.

D. No permit shall be issued without the approval of the chief of police or representative.

E. Any person who operates or maintains more than one alarm system at any particular location may apply for a single permit for that location or may apply for separate permits for each alarm system operated or maintained. If a person chooses to secure a separate permit for each alarm system, a separate application and permit fee shall be submitted for each permit requested. (Ord. 4649 § 1, 2011)