Town of Salem, NH
Rockingham County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Salem as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Recreation Advisory Committee — See Ch. 131.
Parks and recreation — See Ch. 359.
[Adopted by the 1907 Town Meeting (Ch. 22 of the 1995 Code)]
All funds belonging to and hereafter received by the Town for the care, maintenance, beautifying or improvement in any way of Pine Grove Cemetery in the Town of Salem shall be held by the Town Treasurer.
The income and money from such sums shall be laid out or expended under the direction of the Trustees according to the provisions of the trust or trusts under which said money is received.
Said Trustees shall:
Have the entire management of said cemetery.
Be empowered to sell lots, wood or surplus rocks or stones from said cemetery at public or private sale as they may deem advisable.
Keep a strict account of all money received and disbursed, for whatever purpose, and render their report to the Town annually.
[Adopted by the 1978 Town Meeting (Ch. 161 of the 1995 Code)]
No person within any Town common, playground or cemetery shall:
Remove, disturb, cut, break, deface, defile, or damage any building, structure, headstone, fence, tree, bush, plant, turf, or other property.
Conduct or participate in a parade or public meeting without a license from the Board of Selectmen or its designee.
Engage in business, or sell or expose for sale any goods or merchandise, or post or display any sign, placard or advertising device without a license from the Selectmen or their designee.
Engage in organized sports or games without a license from the Selectmen or their designee.
Molest others or interfere with others' peaceful use of such property.
The Selectmen, in issuing licenses hereunder, may establish reasonable license fees and may also impose such conditions as they deem reasonably necessary to protect the public health, safety, welfare and property.
Fines for violation of the provisions of this article, as adopted by the Board of Selectmen, are on file with the Town Manager and on the Town of Salem website. Fines shall not exceed the maximum penalty established pursuant to RSA 31:39, III.
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).