(A)   Declaration of public nuisance. Any property found to be maintained, used or allowed to be maintained or used in violation of the foregoing section is declared to be a public nuisance and shall be abated by rehabilitation, removal, demolition or repair pursuant to the procedures set forth herein. The declaration of a nuisance and the procedures for abatement set forth here shall not be exclusive and shall not in any manner limit or restrict the city from enforcing other city ordinances or abating public nuisances in any other manner provided by law.
   (B)   Interference with abatement.  Any person who obstructs, impedes, or interferes with any officer, employee, contractor, or authorized representative of the city, or with any person who owns or holds any estate or interest in any premises on which a nuisance exists and which must be abated under the provisions of this code, whenever such officer, employee, contractor or authorized representative of the city, or person having an interest or estate in the premises is engaged in the work of abating any nuisance as required by the provisions of this code, or in performing any necessary act preliminary to or incidental to such work authorized or directed pursuant to this code, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
(Ord. 08-106, passed 10-8-2008)  Penalty, see § 97.99