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TITLE 12

STREETS, SIDEWALKS, AND PUBLIC PLACES

 

Chapters:

 

            12.04               PARKS

            12.08               MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY

 

 

Chapter 12.04

PARKS

 

Sections:

 

            12.04.010        Hours of Closure.

            12.04.020        Unlawful to be in Park After Closing.

            12.04.030        Vandalism.

            12.04.040        Prohibited Behavior Within the Parks.

            12.04.050        Glass Containers Prohibited.

            12.04.060        Open Fire Prohibited.

            12.04.070        Community Park Facilities and Equipment Fee.

            12.04.080        Violation Penalty.

 

 

12.04.010   Hours of Closure.  All public parks within the Town shall be closed to the public from the hour of 10:00 p.m. until the hour of 5:00 a.m. each and every day.  Signs shall be posted at the entrances or at conspicuous places within the park specifying the hours of closure of the park in sufficient form to inform the public of the closing hour.  (Ord 169, 1995)

 

12.04.020   Unlawful To Be In Park After Closing.  It is unlawful for any person to be within any Town park between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. of each and every day unless such person has on their possession a permit, issued by a Town Official, granting them authority to be on the premises after hours.  A permit may be issued by any Town Board member. (Ord. 169, 1995)

 

            12.04.030   Vandalism.  It shall be unlawful for any person to injure, damage, remove, deface, or destroy any park facility, tree, shrub, vine, flower, or other property within any Town park or to commit any act of vandalism therein including, but not limited to, driving a vehicle on park property.  (Ord 169, 1995; Ord. 222, 2001)

 

12.04.040   Prohibited Behavior Within the Parks.  All persons making use of any public park in the Town shall at all times conduct themselves in an orderly manner and shall not exhibit any loud, boisterous, unseemly behavior, or disturb or annoy any other legitimate users of the park or residents adjacent to the park property.  (Ord.169, 1995)

 

12.04.050   Glass Containers Prohibited.  It shall be unlawful for any person to bring, use, or possess a glass container in any public park within the Town except at functions approved by a Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Nunn.  (Ord. 169, 1995)

 

12.04.060   Open Fires Prohibited.  It shall be unlawful for any person to start or maintain an open fire within any public park except in designated receptacles provided in the park by the Town.  (Ord. 169, 1995)

 

12.04.070   Community Park Facilities and Equipment Fee.  All residential development in the Town of Nunn, Colorado, shall be subject to the payment of a community park facilities and equipment fee at the time of building permit issuance, pursuant to this Section as follows:

 

                         Residential Development                    Development Fee

                                     By Type           __                    per Dwelling Unit

 

                         Single Family Detached                                  $200

                         All Other Dwelling Units                                $200

 

12.04.080   Penalty.  Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be punished by a fine of one hundred dollars ($100.00).  Any person who violates the vandalism provisions of this Ordinance shall be punished by a minimum fine of five hundred dollars ($500.00).  (Ord. 169, 1995; Ord. 222, 2001)


 

Chapter 12.08

MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY

 

Sections:

 

            12.08.010        Cemetery Ratification.

            12.08.020        Designation and Legal Description of Property.

            12.08.030        Layout of Cemetery.

            12.08.040        Issuance of Deed.

            12.08.050        Adoption of Rules.

            12.08.060        Operation and Maintenance.

            12.08.070        Keeping of Records.

            12.08.080        Acquisition of Additional Space.

            12.08.090        Funds.

            12.08.100        Perpetual Care.

            12.08.110        Deterioration of Graves.

            12.08.120        Prohibitions.

 

 

12.08.010   Cemetery Ratification.  The Town of Nunn does establish and ratify the creation of a cemetery, known as the Mountain View Cemetery, for the interment of human remains.  The authority for the establishment and regulation of such cemetery is provided in Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended, Section 31-25-701, et seq.  (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.020   Designation and Legal Description of Property.  The following real property owned by the Town of Nunn is designated in perpetuity as Mountain View Cemetery, subject to such rules and regulations as have been, or may be, adopted by the Town of Nunn, situated in Weld County, Colorado, to-wit:  (Code, 2002)

 

                        Commencing at a point in the Northeast Quarter (NE1/4) of the Northwest Quarter (NW1I4) of Section Twenty-Eight (28), Township Nine (9) North, Range Sixty-Six (66) West of the 6th P.M., from whence the Quarter comer on the North side of Section 28 bears North 45 East a distance of 42.44 feet; thence East at right angles to the last described line, 340.76 feet; thence North with an angle 9117' between the last above described line and this line, 260 feet to the point of beginning.

 

                        The last above described line is parallel to and 30 feet distant from the North and South Quarter section line of Section 28.  Also, the angle between the North and East lines of the above described tract is 8843'.  (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.030   Layout of Cemetery.  Mountain View Cemetery is laid out and divided into three (3) blocks numbered 1, 2, and 3, with a roadway around the three blocks and a roadway between each block. Each block is divided into lots of 600 square feet in each lot which measures 20 feet by 30 feet.  Each block has thirty (30) lots. All lots are numbered and marked with the block number and lot number by a cement marker at each northeast comer of the lot.  The marker is set in the ground with the top level with the ground.  (Code, 2002)

 

            The numbers start with the northeast corner of the block and are numbered as sections in a township are numbered, Lot Numbers. 1 through 15 going west and Lot Numbers. 16 through 30 going east.  Lots are measured starting in the northeast corner of Block 1,20 feet to west and 30 feet to south, making thirty (30) lots, each of which measures 20 feet by 30 feet. Blocks are numbered from north to south 1-2-3 with roadway between each block.  Blocks 2 and 3 numbered same as Block 1.  (Code. 2002)

 

Each lot is divided into fourteen (14) grave sites which are numbered on the plat of the cemetery.  (Code, 2002)

 

The plat of the cemetery shall be kept in the Town Clerk's office and all burials that are made shall be marked on a copy of the plat and a record shall be made of each burial.  (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.040   Issuance of Deed.  The issuance of a deed or other certificate of ownership for a lot or grave site does not vest absolute title in the owner, but only grants a license to use the lot or grave site for the interment of human remains, subject to any rules and regulations as have been adopted, or may be adopted by the Town from time to time.  (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.050   Adoption of Rules.  The Board of Trustees may adopt, by Resolution. rules and regulations for the cemetery and may, by Resolution, amend such rules and regulations. (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.060   Operation and Maintenance.  The operations and maintenance of the Mountain View Cemetery shall be under the general supervision and control of the Board of Trustees.  The Board of Trustees may appoint a citizens cemetery committee to advise and assist the Board concerning the operation of the cemetery. The Board of Trustees may assign the specific  operations and maintenance of the cemetery to the Town Clerk or some other Town employee.  (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.070   Keeping of Records.  The Town Clerk shall keep all records of the sale of the cemetery lots and grave sites, prepare deeds for signature of the Mayor, and upon request of the Town Board, make reports of all lot and grave site sales, unsold grave sites available. and such other information as requested by the Town Board.  (Code. 2002)

 

            12.08.080   Acquisition of Additional Space.  The Town may purchase or otherwise acquire additional cemetery space for the enlargement of the cemetery at the discretion of the Town Board.  (Code, 2002)

 

            12.08.090   Funds.  All funds received from cemetery lot and grave site sales, grave openings and closing, donations, and similar receipts shall be deposited in the Town general fund.  (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.100   Perpetual Care.  The Town shall undertake to give all lots and grave sites sold in Mountain View Cemetery perpetual care which shall include the maintenance of a lawn thereon, but the Town does not undertake and agree to make any repairs on any monuments, headstones, vaults, or other improvements that are erected or placed on the lots or grave sites. (Code, 2002)

 

12.08.110   Deterioration of Graves.  The Town shall not be responsible for the deterioration or damage to any lots or graves sites.  (Code. 2002)

 

12.08.120   Prohibitions.  Pursuant to the authority granted by Colorado Revised Statutes, as amended, Section 31-25- 702, the Town of Nunn prohibits the establishment of any other cemetery within one mile of the limits of the Town of Nunn.  (Code, 2002)