- This Association
shall not be liable for any damage to tombstones, monuments or gravestones
caused by an act of vandalism, nor for any loss of property due to
for all headstones, monuments, etc., must be approved by and built
under the supervision of the Superintendent. The said foundation is
to be built at the owners' expense.
- No headstone
or monument shall be more than 38 inches wide and five feet high for
any single grave site.
- Only one headstone
or monument shall be permitted per grave.
- Temporary metal
gravemarkers are permitted for a period of six months and will be
removed by the caretakers at their discretion.
- When any monument,
gravestone, or memorial of any kind is to be removed, any inscription
made or cleaning done, permission must be obtained from the Superintendent.
Applications for such permission must be made by the owner of the
burial right, or his or her representative.
- When a monument
or any structure on a lot is in such condition that it endangers the
surroundings, or by reason of neglect, has become objectionable, the
Board of Directors must order the owner of such lot to have the monument
repaired or removed within a certain time. If such order is not complied
with, or such owner cannot be located, the Board of Directors will
then act according to their judgment.
- The established
grade of a lot must not be changed.
- No fence or
enclosure of any kind will be permitted on burial lots.
- No slabs of
any description will be permitted.
- A permanent
grave liner is required at the time of interment. Wooden liners will
not be permitted.
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