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SAI consolidates, expects profits

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2002

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.- One of the country's largest contract central stations reported revenues of about $201 million for the fiscal year 2001 but recorded a net loss of more than $14 million available to common shareholders.

NFPA to vote on dispatcher rule

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06/01/2002

QUINCY, Mass.-A proposed change to NFPA 72 that would waive minimum requirements for central stations with less than a certain number of monitored accounts has been opposed by the Alarm Association of Florida.

Co-op central offers data storage

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06/01/2002

TULSA, Okla.-A UL-listed central station based here is taking off-site document storage into modern times with a new service, off-site data storage that its dealers can offer to their customers.

NMC receives its UL listing

Certification will help the central continue with growth
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06/01/2002

ALISA VEIJO, Calif.-Only afew months

after opening its doors, National Monitoring Center received its Underwriter's Laboratories listing earlier this spring and is preparing for its next phase of growth.

New ordinance passed in West Palm Beach

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2002

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-An ordinance replacing legislation that allowed the Sheriff's office to stop responding to alarms was replaced in mid-April with a new false alarm ordinance that slashes false alarm fines and permit fees.

SAI, King in dispute over $1.75 million

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.-A $1.

Monitronics sees a second capital funding round in 2002

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04/01/2002

DALLAS-Monitronics International Inc. in March announced that it had recapitalized the company with an additional $90 million from thirteen banks and five different investment entities.

10-digit dialing begins for Broward

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla.-An overlay plan for area code 954 will mean the beginning of 10-digit dialing here starting April 1.

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