2.84.070 Privileges and restrictions
A. Each lot in the cemetery will, prior to its sale, be suitably marked by the city with a metal, brick, or concrete post placed on each lot corner and set level with the adjacent ground. To maintain accuracy and uniformity of marking, substitutes or additional corner posts may be used only if approved by the city.
B. No mound shall be raised upon any grave above the general level of the lot.
C. No hedges, fences, or enclosures of any kind will be permitted on or around lots. Wooden boxes, wire containers, glass jars, bottles, toys, cans, ring urns and other such objects may not be placed on lots and if so placed, will be removed by the city without notice. Urns are not permitted on lots sold after the passage of the ordinance codified herein. Existing urns shall be removed by the city as they become unsightly or deteriorated and shall not be replaced.
D. The city reserves the right for its employees and those persons necessary to the performance of normal cemetery operation to enter upon or cross over any lot in the cemetery in the performance of such duties.
E. The city, or its employees, assumes no liability for damages to property or of person, or for physical or mental suffering arising out of the performance of its normal operation; or for loss by vandalism or other acts beyond its reasonable control.
F. The city reserves the right to alter, change or close alleys, roadways, water mains, and other physical public properties of the cemetery. (Ord. 6258 º4, 2002; Ord. 3123 ºI(part), 1970; Prior code º13.25 Rule I D).