§ 93.06  RECORDS.
   (A)   The City Manager shall cause to be kept a register of all burials made in any city cemetery in which shall appear the name of the deceased, the date and place of burial and such other information as the City Manager may deem appropriate. The City Manager shall also cause to be kept proper records in which the deeds or assignments of deeds to all burial plots shall be recorded. These records shall also show if a resident fee or non-resident fee has been paid for the deed. If an assignment of an existing deed is made from a resident owner to a non-resident owner, then, at the time of the recording of the assignment, an additional fee shall be paid to the city in an amount equal to the difference between resident rates and non-resident rates for the type of plot in question. The rate differential shall be based upon rates which are in effect at the time that the assignment is recorded with the City Clerk. There shall be no refund if a non-resident plot owner transfers ownership to a resident.
   (B)   Changes in ownership must be recorded with the City Clerk before burial will be permitted. The City Council may establish, by resolution, transfer fees.
(Prior Code, § 3.56)  (Ord. 647, passed 11-16-1998)