CONTROL OF WORK BY ASSOCIATION
All work, including but not limited to, grading and landscaping on any Plot shall be done only with the prior approval of the Association. Lawn maintenance within individual Plots is included in Perpetual Care. It is the Member’s responsibility to record the location of all interments within its Plot. The following rules shall apply to the designated sections of the Cemetery:
For Sections A, B & E: It is the Owner’s responsibility to maintain all plantings within its Plot, however, the Association reserves the right to make alterations of plantings, including trimming or removal, in the event the Owner fails to properly maintain such plantings, and/or if the Plot becomes unsightly, unmanageable or may cause damage to neighboring Plots or Association property, as determined in the sole discretion of the Association.
For Sections C & D: Additional Rules apply: No curbing or landscaping shall be allowed. In addition, the following restrictions shall apply to the Plots within Sections C & D:
- Markers without a base shall be installed level with the existing ground, so that a lawn mower will not contact any raised edges. Flower receptacles are not allowed unless they are an integral part of the marker or base.
- Pillow Markers are to be installed in a base for ease of maintenance, with the base of the Marker level with the existing ground.
- Up-right Markers may be installed, provided the base of the Marker is level with the existing ground, with prior approval of the Board. Upon such approval, the installation of such Marker shall be coordinated with the Association to allow for the proper staking and placement of the base and Marker location. Flower receptacles are not allowed unless they are an integral part of the Marker or base.
- Any ornamentation, including, but not limited to, statutes, angels, bottles, pots, etc., must be an integral part of the Marker or base, if not, they may be removed by the Association.
- The location, size and placement of Markers shall not inhibit the ability of the Association to maintain the Cemetery, including, but not limited to mowing, the access and movement of equipment and personnel within the Cemetery, or any other allowed use of the Cemetery property.