A. Every alarm user shall, for each alarm system, file with the sheriff a notice containing the names, addresses and telphone numbers of the persons to be notified in case of emergency or alarm activation or to render service to the system during any hour of the day or night. The persons named shall include the occupant of the premises or, if unoccupied, the person from whom entry to the premises may be obtained, and any alarm business or agent responsible for the maintenance of the system. It shall be the duty of the alarm user to maintain such notice current.
B. An audible alarm which has emitted an alarm signal in excess of fifteen minutes is declared to be a nuisance. If service is unavailable from an alarm business or agent responsible for the system, the sheriff\'s department may cause the alarm to be disconnected within the cost thereof to be a charge payable by the alarm user.
(Ord. 85-10 (part), 1985.)