Ga. cities work to pass false-alarm ordinances

12/27/2012 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

An ordinance in Sandy Springs, Ga., is meant to help reduce the number of false alarms that emergency responders receive, imposing fines of $50 to $500 for false alarms sent to police and $250 for false alarms sent to the fire department. Nearby Dunwoody and Johns Creek plan to enact similar ordinances by early next year. City officials said the ordinances could save lives and hundreds of thousands of tax dollars.

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