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ORDINANCE NO. 85 -3 <br />• AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />AMENDING CHAPTER 5.49 OF THE NEWPORT BEACH <br />M NICIPAL CODE MODIFYING REGULATIONS FOR ALARM <br />SYSTEMS AND PERMITS TO ADD ALARM SYSTEMS <br />INSTALLED AND OPERATED ON VESSELS OR VEHICLES <br />The City Council of the City of Newport Beach DOES <br />ORDAIN as follows: <br />SECTION 1. Chapter 5.49.010 is amended to read as <br />follows: <br />5.49.010 Definitions. For the purpose of this Chapter <br />certain words and phrases shall be construed herein as set forth <br />in this Section unless it is apparent from the context that a <br />different meaning is intended. <br />Alarm Agent means any person employed by an alarm <br />business whose duties include the altering, installing, <br />• maintaining, moving, repairing, replacing, selling, servicing, <br />responding to (excluding public safety officer), or causing <br />others to respond to an alarm system in or on any building, <br />structure, facility, vessel or vehicle. <br />Alarm Business means any business carried on by any <br />person who engages in the sale, lease, maintenance, service, <br />repair, alteration, replacement or installation of any alarm or <br />alarm system in or on any building, structure, facility, vessel <br />or vehicle. <br />Alarm System means an assembly of equipment and devices <br />arranged to signal the presence of a fire, hazard or intrusion <br />into a building, structure, facility, vessel or vehicle requiring <br />urgent attention and to which fire, police or other emergency <br />equipment is expected to respond. Alarm systems include, but are <br />• not limited to, direct dial tone devices, audible alarm and <br />proprietor alarms. Devices which are not designed or used to <br />evoke a police or fire response or used to register alarms that <br />are intended to be audible, visible or perceptible outside of the <br />