(A)   The term GRAVE MARKERS/FOOT MARKERS shall mean a stone intended to indicate the location of a particular grave.
   (B)   No monument will be permitted on a single grave lot.
   (C)   Each single grave marker shall consist of one piece only, and shall be 24 inches in length, 12 inches in width and four inches in thickness.
   (D)   Each double grave marker shall not exceed a maximum of 60 inches by 16 inches by four inches.
   (E)   Only one grave foot marker shall be placed at a grave, except those covered under § 92.20(G), and must be set as to not extend above the surface of the surrounding ground.
   (F)   Each bronze or other metallic grave marker/foot marker shall rest upon a concrete foundation at least four inches in depth, and said foundation shall not exceed the full length and width of the marker unless otherwise specified by Cemetery Supervisor.
   (G)   All foundations must have the surface next to the grave marker/foot marker true and level to allow full bearing on the foundation.
(1997 Code, § 92.04) (Ord. passed 3-14-1989; Ord. passed 2-23-1999) Penalty, see § 10.99