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No person, including city or county officials, elective or appointive, shall attempt to influence an examiner in any matter pending before the examiner, except at a public hearing duly called for such purpose, or to interfere with an examiner in the performance of the examiner’s duties in any other way; provided, that this section shall not prohibit the city attorney or county prosecuting attorney from rendering legal services to the examiner upon request. (Ord. 549 §1 (part), 1979).