(A)   The cemetery shall be operated according to rules and regulations promulgated by the City Commission. It shall be the duty of the City Commission to fix prices of all lots in the cemetery and to set charges for opening graves and other work carried on by the cemetery. (‘58 Code, § 10.05)
   (B)   The City Commission shall make, adopt, and enforce rules and regulations for the use, care, control, management, restriction, and protection of the cemetery, and of all parts and subdivisions thereof; for restricting and limiting the use of all property within the cemetery; for regulating the uniformity, class, and kind of all markers, monuments, and other structures within the cemetery and subdivisions thereof or on any portions of the property; for regulating or preventing monuments, effigies, and structures within the cemetery grounds and for the removal thereof; for regulating and preventing the introduction or care of plants or shrubs within the grounds, for the prevention of interment in any part thereof of a body not entitled to interment therein; for preventing the use of burial plots for purposes violative of its restrictions; for regulating the conduct of persons and preventing improper assemblages therein; and for all other purposes deemed necessary by the City Commission for the proper conduct of the business of the cemetery and the protection and safeguarding of the premises, and the principles, plans, and ideals on which the cemetery was organized. The City Commission from time to time may amend, add to, revise, change, or modify the rules and regulations. The rules and regulations shall be plainly printed or typewritten and maintained, subject to inspection, in the office of the cemetery or in a place within the cemetery that the Cemetery General Manager may prescribe. The City Commission may prescribe penalties for the violation of any rule or regulation, which may be recoverable by the city in civil action.
('58 Code, § 10.08)
   (C)   The City Commission may have, and it hereby expressly reserves, the right at any time or times, to adopt new rules and regulations, or to amend, alter, or repeal any rule, regulation, or article, section, paragraph, or sentence in these rules and regulations.
('58 Code, § 10.89)
(Ord. 76-43, passed 4-27-76; Am. Ord. 2012-58, passed 7-24-12)