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  • NY: False Fire Alarm Fines Could Grow in Lewisboro
    3.14.22 – TAPinto – “For the first alarm, you do not get fined [in Lewisboro],” the supervisor said. “You get a letter.” A second false alarm within a 12-month period brings a $25 fine. “It’s costing us more than that to handle that call,” Goncalves noted. Subsequent fines grow to $50 for a third false alarm and $100 for the fourth.
  • OR: Community members could face fines if their security systems …
    3.14.22 -KTVL – The Grants Pass Police Department has a new False Alarm Ordinance in place in an effort to keep false alarms from bogging down their service.


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