The call comes in. Fire crews rush to don their protective gear, board the firetruck and are on their way to the scene. But more and more frequently these days, the call is a result of a non-maintained or faulty alarm system.
This scenario played out more than a 150 times for the Sedona Fire District in the past year, and now the SFD Governing Board is looking to do something to reduce that number by way of an ordinance. Members discussed the matter at length on Wednesday, Jan. 17, and plan to bring it back in a month for possible approval.