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A person is guilty of pedestrian interference if he or she intentionally:

1. Aggressively begs in a public place;

2. Obstructs pedestrian or vehicular traffic; or

3. Engages in targeted picketing or protesting before or about the residence or dwelling of another. (Ord. M-4373 § 3, 2022; Ord. M-3624, 2003)