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A. Minimum Requirements: In their interpretation and application, the provisions of this chapter shall be held to be the minimum requirements necessary for the promotion of the public health and general welfare.
B. Conflicting Provisions:
1. Public Provisions: This chapter is not intended to interfere with, abrogate or annul any other ordinance, rule or regulation, statute or other provisions of law except as noted in this chapter. Where any provisions of this chapter impose restrictions different from those imposed by any other ordinance, rule or regulation or other provision of law, whichever provisions are more restrictive or impose higher standards shall control.
2. Private Provisions: This chapter is not intended to abrogate any easement, covenant, or other private agreement or restriction, provided that, where the provisions of this chapter are more restrictive or impose higher standards or regulations than such easement, covenant, or other private agreement or restriction, the requirements of this chapter shall govern. Where the provisions of the easement, covenant, or private agreement or restriction impose duties and obligations more restrictive than this chapter and such private provisions are not inconsistent with this chapter or determinations thereunder, then such private provisions shall be operative and supplemental to this chapter and determinations made thereunder. (Ord. 319 § 4, 2003)