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 A.  FLOWER RECEPTACLES:  Permanent flower receptacles must be approved by the Cemetery. The Cemetery shall have the authority to remove all floral designs, flowers, weeds, trees, shrubs, plants and herbage or ornaments of any kind as soon as, in the judgment of the superintendent, they become unsightly, dangerous, detrimental or diseased or when they do not conform to the standard maintained. The Cemetery shall not be liable for floral pieces, baskets, or frames in which, or to which, such floral pieces were attached beyond the acceptance of such floral pieces for committal services held in the Cemetery. The Cemetery shall not be liable for lost, misplaced or broken flower vases. The Cemetery shall not be responsible for frozen plants or herbage of any kind or for plantings damaged by the elements, thieves, vandals or by other causes beyond its control. The Cemetery reserves the right to regulate the methods of decorating plots so that a uniform beauty may be maintained.

 B.  CERTAIN ORNAMENTS PROHIBITED:  The placing of boxes, shells, toys, metal designs, ornaments, chairs settees, and vases, glass, wood, or iron cases, and similar articles upon plots, walks, casements or roads shall not be permitted. If so placed, the Cemetery reserves the right to remove the same.

 C. DECORATION LIMITATION:  Decorations must be limited to approved flower receptacles during the mowing season.  Additional decorations may be placed during the non-mowing season. Any additional decorations will be removed during spring clean-up.

 D.  EXCEPTIONS:  Easter, Memorial Day, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day decorations in grass areas will be removed two (2) weeks after the special day event.

 E.  SPRING CLEAN-UP:  All fall and winter decorations and items placed on memorials will be removed between March 22nd  and March 29th.

 F.  FALL CLEAN-UP:  All spring and summer decorations and items placed on memorials will be removed between November 22nd and November 29th.


 A.  CARE AS TO PLOTS:  The term “care and maintenance” as used herein with reference to lots, plots and burial spaces within the Cemetery, shall be held to mean: (1) cutting of the grass at reasonable intervals, (2) raking and cleaning at reasonable intervals, (3) reseeding or resodding, if necessary, and (4) keeping of grave markers in place.

 B.  GENERAL CARE:  The term “care and maintenance” as used herein shall be held to mean the general preservation of the roads, walks, fences, buildings, plantings, features of art and the pruning of shrubs and trees that may have been placed by the Cemetery.

 C.  EXCEPTIONS:  The term “care and maintenance” shall not be construed as meaning the maintenance, repair or resetting of any grave markers or memorial placed upon any individually owned lot or grave space, unless same was originally purchased through the Cemetery or unless or the seller thereof previously guaranteed maintenance by the deposit of funds with the Cemetery for such purposes. Neither does the term “care and maintenance” mean the doing of any special or unusual work in any section of the Cemetery, or the repair or rebuilding of any structure, building or utility damaged by the elements, an Act of God, common enemy, thieves, vandals, strikes, malicious mischief makers, explosions, unavoidable accidents, invasions, insurrections, riots or by order of any Military or Civil Authority, whether the damage be direct or collateral, other than as herein provided.

 D.  CARE FUND:  To provide for future care and maintenance of the Cemetery and the lots, plots and burial spaces therein, the Cemetery has established, created and provided a perpetual care Trust Fund as required by State Statutes.

 E.  GIFTS, DEVICES AND REQUESTS:  Nothing in these rules and regulations shall prohibit gifts, donations, devices or bequests of money, funds, securities or property for the general or special care or maintenance of the Cemetery, of any lot, plot or burial space therein, or any improvement thereon.


A.  TYPE OF MARKERS PERMITTED :  All markers and memorials shall be approved by the Cemetery as to size, design, specifications, quality, material, style, lettering, finish, workmanship and uniformity and guaranteed as to maintenance and replacement, shall be permitted. Single markers must be set level with the ground at each grave. No marker may be set to embrace two or more lots except in case of a family marker approved by the Cemetery nor shall two or more inscriptions be permitted on one marker unless specifically permitted by the Cemetery.

 B.  FOUNDATION AND PLACEMENT :  All foundations, shall be placed according to Cemetery procedures, the charges for which shall be paid for in advance.

 C.  APPLICATION AND APPROVAL :  Application for the installation of a marker and the approval thereof by the Cemetery shall be made in writing on forms provided by the Cemetery and signed by the lot owner. Such application shall be supported by design, specifications, blue print, details, warranty and guarantee as to replacement and maintenance as is required by the Cemetery.

 D.  PRESERVATION:  To preserve uniformity style, beauty and landscaping the Cemetery reserves to itself the right to designate and specify the type and design of markers that shall be placed exclusively used in any section, block or garden.

 E.  ERROR IN PLACING:  The Cemetery reserves, and shall have the right to correct any error that may be made by its employees, or by any other person or persons, in the location or placing of a memorial or marker.

F.  NOT PERMITTED:  No coping, curbing, fencing, hedging, grave mounds, borders or enclosures of any kind shall be allowed around any lot or ground space, and no walks or brick, chat, cinders, tile, stone, marble, terra-cotta, sand, cement, gravel or wood shall be allowed on any lot or thereabouts.