12.24.160   Nuisances.
   A.   It is declared a public nuisance for any person owning, leasing, occupying or having charge of any premises in the city which has one or more oak trees located thereon to intentionally, negligently accidentally, or otherwise maintain said premises in such a manner so as to cause harm to and of said oak trees, by reason of any of the following conditions:
   1.   Water saturation or deprivation;
   2.   Nailing, screwing, stapling, bolting, or otherwise attaching boards, fences, signs, placards, posters, or other material which might cause injury to the oak tree;
   3.   Neglect in the pruning or trimming of overgrown, diseased, decaying, dead, or rotting limbs, branches and foliage.
   B.   In addition to enforcing provisions of this code that constitute a public nuisance through criminal citations, civil action or administrative enforcement, the city manager may enforce against and abate any and all nuisances declared pursuant to this section in a manner consistent with applicable provisions of the Visalia Municipal Code pertaining to the procedure for abatement of nuisances, or absent such provisions, in a manner consistent with the laws of the State of California pertaining to abatement of nuisances. (Ord. 2007-02 § 2 (part), 2007; Ord. 9907 § 2 (part), 1999)